The PRC Anti-Unfair Competition Law(中华人民共和国反不正当竞争法) was enacted in 1993 and amended twice respectively in 2017 and 2019.
China adheres to the doctrine of absolute immunity.
"What changes are taking place, and why?" Judge Hu Shihao (胡仕浩), director of the judicial reform office of China's Supreme Court presents his views on it.
Judicial interpretation is a series of binding rules formulated by the Supreme People's Court and the Supreme People's Procuratorate.
China's laws and regulations can be divided into four levels in terms of effectiveness in a descending hierarchy: (1) The Constitution; (2) Laws; (3) Administrative regulations, judicial interpretation, military regulations; (4) Local laws and regulations, departmental regulations.
China's Supreme People's Court has been reshaping the Chinese court system since the 2014 judicial reform. One key question to be answered: what does the SPC want?
E-mail is an evidence form recognized by Chinese courts, but given its authenticity being easily challenged, the parties should take the right way to obtain and present evidence to ensure its effectiveness.
In 2019, China revised the PRC Trademark Law for the fourth time and formulated "Several Provisions on Regulating Trademark Application and Registration"(规范商标申请注册行为若干规定).
The case also marks the first time that a Singapore judgment has been recognized in China since the signing of China-Singapore Memorandum of Guidance in 2018.