In July 2022, China’s Supreme People’s Court introduced the main achievements of the case filing registration system of Chinese courts, which has been running from 2015.
How Chinese courts work.
In July 2022, during a court trial at Nansha Primary People’s Court, Guangzhou, Ms. Kuong Iok Kao, a Macau lawyer was authorized to represent the litigant, marking the first time that a Macau lawyer has practiced law in the Chinese Mainland.
In July 2022, a Bitcoin mining contract was ruled invalid by the Beijing Third Intermediate Court.
In July 2022, the Beijing Fourth Intermediate People’s Court held a press briefing to introduce its trial of foreign-related commercial cases in 2018-2022 and released ten typical cases.
Two recent notices issued by Chinese local courts manifest that the litigation explosion has delayed the trial schedule for many cases, amounting to a significant extension in the actual time of legal proceedings.
In July 2021, China’s Supreme People’s Court issued the “English Translation of Organizations, Positions and Workplaces of the People’s Court”, standardizing the relevant English translations.
In 2021, China's Supreme Court's Guiding Opinions on the Professional Judges Meeting set out the latest requirements for the implementation of this Tink-Tank mechanism.
China's Supreme Court reports annually not only its own work to the National People's Congress, but also the work of local courts throughout the country.
It is illegal to fire someone for being transgender, says a Beijing court. Being one of the few reported LGBTQ cases in China, this is the first court decision to our knowledge in which the legitimate rights of transgender workers are protected.