China's top court issued a guideline on Monday urging courts to provide stronger legal support to promote rural vitalization and speed up the modernization of agriculture and rural areas.
A one-stop service for resolving international commercial disputes that opened on Wednesday is designed to meet the new demands of the online era and provide fast, convenient and low-cost legal services.
China's first ruling on personal bankruptcy cases took effect on Monday, about four months after the country's first local regulation on personal bankruptcy went into effect in March.
China's first court for handling labor disputes opened in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, on Friday to better protect workers' rights and maintain good relations between employers and employees.
As the Communist Party of China (CPC) celebrated its 100th birthday in early July, China solemnly declared the accomplishment of its first centenary goal of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects.
Legal experts are calling for the mutual development of the long and short video industries in tandem with copyright protection, suggesting courts play a bigger role in seeking to balance copyright protection and industry growth.