Huang Shuai is a current undergraduate at China University of Political Science and Law, majoring in translation and law. He was also an intern at the Beijing Third Intermediate People's Court.
Shuai Huang 黄帅
In June 2022, China’s Supreme People’s Court issued the “Interpretations on Several Issues Concerning the Application of Laws in the Trial of Cases Regarding Civil Disputes over Forest Resources” and relevant typical cases.
In June 2022, the Draft Civil Compulsory Enforcement Law, aiming to solve the enforcement dilemma in civil procedures, was submitted to the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress for deliberation.
In June 2022, according to the Chinese legislature, the latest Draft Amendment to the Anti-Monopoly Law would further clarify the specific rules for the application of anti-monopoly-related provisions in the platform economy.
In June 2022, the database of model contracts developed by Chinese government, which includes nearly 500 types of free model contracts, went officially online.
In 2019, due to parallel proceedings, Shenzhen Intermediate People’s Court of China ruled to dismiss the application for enforcing a New Zealand judgment (Americhip, Inc. v. Dean et al. (2018) Yue 03 Min Chu No. 420 ).
In 2021, due to lack of jurisdiction, a Chinese court in Liaoning Province ruled to dismiss applications for enforcing three South Korean judgments in KRNC v. CHOO KYU SHIK (2021).
In April 2022, Beijing High People’s Court issued the“Guidelines on the Application of Punitive Damages in the Trial of Intellectual Property Infringement Civil Cases” (关于侵害知识产权民事案件适用惩罚性赔偿审理指南), which provides guidelines for right holders to claim for punitive damages.
In April, China’s State Administration for Market Regulation released 20 typical cases involving IPR law enforcement. Among them, two cases involve the protection of exclusive rights to Olympic symbols.
In April 2022, the Supreme People’s Court revised the “Judicial Interpretation on Several Issues Concerning the Application of Law in Trials of Personal Injury Compensation Cases” (关于审理人身损害赔偿案件适用法律若干问题的解释), which unifies the compensation standards for urban and rural residents.
After China joined the “Hague Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Industrial Designs” (1999 Act) in February 2022, China National Intellectual Property Administration issued the “Interim Measures of Related Provisions after China’s Accession to the Hague Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Industrial Designs” (关于加入<海牙协定>后相关业务处理暂行办法) in April.