The Hierarchical Chinese Courts

Chinese courts at various levels, to some extent, are part of the administrative bodies in the national hierarchy, rather than just a judicial organ with the sole responsibility of adjudicating cases.

Big Data on Chinese Lawyers

The Ministry of Justice of China recently released a series of data on Chinese lawyers as of the end of 2017, including the number of lawyers, the number of lawsuits in which they acted as agents, and the number of clients they provided services for.

7 Tips on China’s High-level Consumption Restrictions

In order to urge the judgment debtor to fulfill the payment obligation determined in an effective legal instrument and also to prevent his/its property from being reduced by consumption, Chinese courts may restrict the judgment debtor on high-level consumption as well as the relevant consumption not necessary for livelihood or business operation.