• Top court to help fine tune anti-monopoly laws


    China's top court announced on Thursday that it is drafting a new judicial interpretation on civil litigation against monopolies and will solicit public opinions at an appropriate time.

  • Judges from China blaze trail for UN tribunals


    Two Chinese candidates on Tuesday were elected to be judges of the United Nations Appeals Tribunal and Dispute Tribunal at the 77th UN General Assembly, making it the first time since the establishment of the two bodies that candidates from China have been elected.

  • Guideline on labor dispute mediation released


    Greater effort must be paid when mediating labor disputes to better protect the rights of employees and maintain social stability, according to a guideline released by Chinese authorities.

  • Jurisdiction in foreign-related legal cases clarified


    China is adjusting jurisdiction over foreign-related civil and commercial cases to offer litigants greater convenience and accommodate new needs in the decades-long process of reform and opening-up, the country's top court said.

  • Criminals face ban in education industry


    People working in the education industry who commit violent crimes against children will be banned for life from working in the sector in China, according to a new guideline.

  • Friendship Award recognizes Belgian experts' contribution to China


    To Johan Erauw, an emeritus professor of law at Ghent University in Belgium, his decades of China experience could be summed up in a word: friendship.