Can I sue Chinese companies in the United States and then enforce a US judgment in China?
In June 2023, the Shenzhen Bankruptcy Tribunal of the Shenzhen Intermediate People’s Court served a civil ruling to Liang Wenjin, the debtor in China’s first domestic personal bankruptcy case, declaring the case concluded and his outstanding debts discharged.
In a recent case involving the enforcement of a foreign arbitral award, the Shanghai Maritime Court confirmed its jurisdiction over an offshore company respondent with its principal place of business in China (see Oriental Prime Shipping Co. Limited v. Hong Glory International Shipping Company Limited (2020)) .
In June 2023, China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) released the “Annual Report on China’s Anti-Monopoly Law Enforcement (2022)” in English and Chinese versions.
In June 2023, the Shanghai International Arbitration Center (SHIAC) promptly froze the respondent’s bank accounts through an online system when handling the applicant’s property preservation application in a supply contract arbitration.
In June 2023, the English version of the Criminal Law of the People's Republic of China was published online by China’s top legislature, the National People’s Congress. The full text is available here.