• Top court, procuratorate help nation contain virus


    Chinese people experienced a sound living and working environment amid the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to the urgent and great efforts of courts and procuratorate organs across the country last year, according to the annual work reports of China's top court and top procuratorate.

  • Top court works to advance personality rights


    The top court is paying close attention to personality rights issues, especially personal information and privacy protection, and it will release new rules in accordance with the Civil Code, a Supreme People's Court official said recently.

  • China clarifies rules on punitive damages for IPR infringements


    Chinese top court on Wednesday released a set of judicial interpretations to further clarify the application of punitive damages in civil cases involving intellectual property right (IPR) infringements.

  • Office to focus on juvenile case hearings


    An office that will promote the work of juvenile courts was set up at China's top court on Tuesday to strengthen the protection of minors and better solve problems involving children.

  • New court office focuses on juvenile protection


    An office that specializes in improving the work of juvenile tribunals and promoting hearings of juvenile-related cases was set up in China's top court on Tuesday as part of a judicial move to improve child protection and development.

  • Civil case pilot program to be promoted, top court says


    China's top court said it will pay more effort to promote a pilot program in handling civil cases, as it has seen high efficiency and great convenience in the test.