Minor story, but if you’re wondering about recent trends in the intellectual property scene over here, keep your attention on the Internet. According to China Daily, the Supreme People’s Court is planning a judicial interpretation sometime next year to deal with this issue. The SPC issued a statement that included the following stats: . .…
The Supreme People’s Court has issued new guidance on China’s Marriage Law. Many women are furious, calling the rules discriminatory, and I think they have a good point.
The food scandals keep coming, and what’s a government supposed to do when nothing else works?
The 2008 Labor Contract Law led to a lot of litigation. Why is that so hard to accept?
New Supreme Court interpretation aims to limit unnecessary spending by debtors on a wide variety of luxury items, including travel, lodging, entertainment, property and even private school tuition.