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China, Brazil, India, South Africa and Russia forge legal framework
Tuesday, 13th April 2016

"THE BRICS Dispute Resolution Shanghai Center was recently established in Shanghai, a milestone in legal collaboration among Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The results are expected to have far-reaching impact on BRICS countries and on...


China wants to be global maritime judicial center
Tuesday, 16th March 2016

"China will seek to become an international maritime judicial center to better protect its national sovereignty, maritime rights and "core interests", ...


The South China Sea Crisis and the Battle for Oil
Thursday, 15th January 2016


Power asymmetry in conflict resolution with application to a water pollution dispute in China
Tuesday, 14th October 2015

<p>&quot;The concept of power asymmetry is incorporated into the framework of the Graph Model for Conflict Resolution (GMCR) and then applied to a water pollution dispute in China in order to show how it can provide strategic insights into cours...


Shanghai Launches First Online Mediation Court for Civil Cases
Sunday, 14th September 2015

<p>&quot;Shanghai has opened the first online pre-litigation mediation platform on Tuesday, Sept. 8, to be used by a district court in response to the increasing number of civil cases involving a foreign party, the China Daily reported.&quot...


Online mediation makes court debut in Shanghai
Sunday, 14th September 2015

&quot;The first online pre-litigation mediation platform in Shanghai was put into use by a district court on Tuesday, partly in response to a rising number of civil cases involving a foreign party.<p style="font-family: HelveticaNeue, Arial, 'Micro...


Revised Measures For Patent Enforcement
Monday, 1st September 2015

&quot;Patent owners in China can enforce their rights through two routes: judicial (ie, Chinese courts) and administrative (ie, local intellectual property offices). The current measures for the administrative enforcement of patents came into effect o...


Can the strategy of ?mediate first? reduce collective labor disputes??An empirical test based on province-level panel data from 1999 to 2011
Sunday, 31st August 2015

<div class="page"> <div class="section"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>In China, the transformation of economy and the reform of the labor system since the 1980s have seen a larg...


Chinese Infrastructure Investment Goes Abroad
Sunday, 10th August 2015

<p>&quot;As Chinese companies expand their operations abroad, especially in the construction and infrastructure sector, they will need to learn and adapt to new legal jurisdictions. This includes restrictions on foreign equity participation in c...


Shadow Banking Cases Threaten to Overwhelm China's Courts
Thursday, 12th June 2015

&quot;Many bankers and economists have been looking at shadow banking in China. But what happens when debtors fail to pay their debts or challenge the lending arrangements?&nbsp; When parties to shadow lending end up in dispute resolution, it rais...


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