In July 2020, Hangzhou Internet Court established a cross-border trade tribunal, specializing in hearing cross-border e-commerce cases.
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Chinese judges, litigants, and lawyers have to participate in the case trial through online video at their homes, due to quarantine measures to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Dr. Meng Yu, founder of China Justice Observer, did a live video interview with CGTN during which she expressed her views on China's Internet courts.
Why Internet courts in China built their own blockchain platforms to serve the use of electronic evidence in litigation？
The white paper was issued by China's Supreme People's Court in the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen. You may gain a better understanding of how Chinese courts are applying internet technologies and hearing internet-related cases.
Meet Internet Courts, A Tech Incubator of Chinese Judiciary: Inside China's Internet Courts Series -07
New technologies will be piloted in Internet courts and further flow into all other courts in China.
How does Hangzhou Internet Court hear cases online and use electronic evidence?
How the Beijing Internet Court Develops and Runs its IT System: Inside China's Internet Courts Series -04
Beijing Internet Court issued a White Paper on technology in August 2019, introducing its progress in the IT system.
Can I resolve cross-border online shopping disputes through the Chinese Internet Court: Inside China’s Internet Courts Series -03
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?