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How Do Wholly ForeignOwned Enterprises (WFOEs) Win Lawsuits in China?

Operating an enterprise in a foreign jurisdiction is a business activity that is rife with potential pitfalls. Most often, foreign enterprises must abide by both the laws of their jurisdiction Read More

Top Strategies for Winning Arbitration in China

Arbitration has been on the rise in China. Over the past few years, the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (“CIETAC”) has reported a rapid growth in commercial arbitration cases Read More

Administrative Law in China: What You Need to Know

Like many countries, China has numerous state agencies that make decisions that affect Chinese companies, consumers, and citizens on a daily basis.  These agencies decide on various matters such as Read More

The Reinstatement of an Employee Under Chinese Law

If you are a Chinese employer and have terminated an employee, it is highly likely the employer may seek redress through the courts in an effort to rescind their termination Read More

The Keys to Terminating an Employee in China

Employee terminations in China can be quite unlike terminating an employee in other countries.  Whether the termination is for cause because the employee was embezzling from the company or for Read More

China Cracking down on Malicious Trademark Registrations

What does a deck of playing cards and a lighter have in common? ‘Nothing’, one could argue. On December 30th 2015, the Beijing No.1 Intermediate People’s Court argued otherwise and Read More

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