In August 2022, Shanghai High People’s Court reported on financial and commercial trials by Shanghai courts in 2021.
In August 2022, the Supreme People’s Procuratorate issued typical cases on corporate compliance, covering a range of matters such as data compliance and information security compliance.
In August 2022, a Hong Kong decree absolute of divorce was recognized by the Beijing Fourth People’s Intermediate Court, marking the first time that the “Arrangement of the Supreme People’s Court on Reciprocal Recognition and Enforcement of Civil Judgments in Matrimonial and Family Cases by the Courts of the Mainland and of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region” has been applied.
China’s Supreme People's Procuratorate shows, in its published guiding case, Jian Li No.67, shows how Chinese procuratorates review electronic data obtained from overseas.
Online arbitration is very popular in China and several Chinese arbitral institutions have long been offering this service. This article looks at some of the key developments in this area and examines whether there are any cybersecurity measures within Chinese arbitral institutions’ rules.
Can I sue Chinese companies in the United States and then enforce a US judgment in China?
A Chinese company has only one legal Chinese name. But they also use an English name, determined by their own, in international trade.
Enterprises can all go bankrupt. In a few places, like Shenzhen, natural persons can go bankrupt. Chinese central and local governments and public institutions cannot go bankrupt. In addition, law firms cannot go bankrupt, either.