We have collected Chinese courts' opinions on certain cases involving human assisted reproduction.
If I purchase goods from China through a cross-border e-commerce platform, and I have a dispute with a Chinese in this process, I can kick start the lawsuit with a computer at home with the Chinese Internet Court by myself. Can this scenario be a reality now?
In China, service of process not only occupies a significant number of resources of the courts, but also delays the progress in case hearing. Why?
Sat, 12 Jan 2019 Insights
On 20 June 2017, a Chinese local court in Chenzhou, ruled against recognition of a French judgment on the ground that the applicant failed to submit a return receipt of the said judgment.
Fri, 11 Jan 2019 Insights
In June 2017, a court in Fujian Province, China, rendered a judgment against recognition of an Israeli judgment, but we believe that a similar case is very unlikely to happen again in the future. What’ more, we are optimistic that Chinese courts will possibly recognize and enforce the judgment of Israeli courts in the future.
Sun, 06 Jan 2019 Insights
The most important difference between litigation and arbitration in China is that judges and arbitrators have different ways of thinking.
Sat, 29 Dec 2018 Insights
Why should Chinese courts try to resolve the enforcement predicament of civil judgments in two to three years (i.e., 2016-2018)? Justice Zhou Qiang (周强), president of China’s Supreme People’s Court (SPC), explained this in a report on 24 October 2018, and introduced what the Chinese courts did for this.
Sun, 23 Dec 2018 Insights
China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) has been pushing all courts across the country to ascertain and apply foreign law as much as possible in the last three years.