We are endeavoring to collect all Chinese court decisions involving the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments.
Australian courts recognized two Chinese judgments while refused one. The situation in Australia can help us analyze how de facto reciprocity is determined by Chinese courts in recognizing foreign judgments.
This post explores how the online electronic data preservation business is run in China, what problems exist and how it will develop in the future.
In China, recent years have witnessed an increasing number of Internet-related disputes, which renders the issue of electronic evidence unavoidable in Chinese courts.
Chinese courts are studying how to protect the parties’ trade secrets from disclosure during litigation.
How do Chinese courts determine the types of disputes, i.e., the causes of action("案由"), in civil cases? What can we know from the causes of action?
China's Ministry of Justice introduced the current situation of China's judicial assistance and the changes to be made.
China is trying to make arbitration institutions more independent of the government in order to enhance their market competitiveness.