Yanru Chen is a current graduate student in School of Law at Tsinghua University, majoring in International Law.
Yanru Chen 陈彦茹
In September 2020, a conduct preservation order as equivalent to anti-suit injunctions was issued by a Shenzhen court in ZTE v. Conversant (2018), restraining Conversant from applying to the German court to enforce the German judgment.
To Obey, Or Not to Obey? A Chinese court skilfully stated that it did not consider unrecognized foreign injunctions in the case of Shenzhen Hongshang Leather Products Co. Ltd. (2017).
The damages of more than USD 20 million indicate the Chinese court's determination to strengthen judicial protection for IP rights.
Building the arbitration credibility and the opening-up of arbitration sector in Shanghai and Beijing FTZs are highlights of China's latest arbitration policies.
China's new judicial interpretation (2021) of Criminal Procedure Law provides for the trial and judicial assistance for foreign-related criminal cases.
Recent years have seen a number of cases wherein Chinese courts actively apply international human rights treaties, despite the unclear status of international treaties in the Chinese legal system.
The survey (2019-2020) shows that court fees in most courts are charged per case basis (either 400 CNY or 500 CNY), rather than in proportion to the subject matter amount, which is undoubtedly good news for those wishing to enforce foreign arbitral awards.