In April 2021, Beijing Internet Court ruled in a recent case that the use of others’ works of art in online classes did not constitute fair use.
Having established the Exemplary Mechanism of Handling Group Financial Disputes, Shang Courts take the lead in the exploration of financial dispute resolution across the country.
In April 2021, Hangzhou Internet Court ruled in a recent case that a short video demo can be copyrighted as work created by similar film-making methods.
"No", answers a Shenzhen court in Gao v. Shenzhen Yunsilu Innovation Development Fund Enterprise (2018), ruling to set aside an arbitral award on the ground of public policy, given that cryptocurrency exchanges are banned in China.
China's Supreme Court's latest judicial interpretation (2020) sets out the standards for the application of the Anti-Unfair Competition Law in trade secret infringement cases.
As of 31 Mar. 2021, Shenzhen had received 260 personal bankruptcy applications for the first month of the Regulation's implementation, among which eight were accepted with priority.
In April 2021, Beijing High People's Court issued the "Opinions on Accelerating the Whole Process of Litigation Enforcement and Serving the Marketization and the Law-based Internationalized Business Environment", addressing the role of AI, 5G, block-chain in intelligent courts.
In April 2021, the State Administration for Market Regulation imposed an administrative penalty on Alibaba Group for its abuse of market dominance in China's services market involving online retail platforms.
Bitcoin is protected as a virtual asset under Chinese law, but shall not be deemed as currency or financial product, as a Shanghai court decided in Li et. al. v. Yan et. al. (2019).