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By Grace Yang
This post explains the type of China employee that can be bound by a non-compete provision and on the likelihood a China court will enforce such a non-compete.
By Daniel Harris
Because litigating and arbitrating against Chinese companies is rife with so many issues specific to China and to Chinese companies, I am going to make this the first post in an indefinite series on China Litigation and Arbitration.
By Daniel Harris
If I were to list out the most common litigation-inducing problems our China lawyers have seen in the last few years, that list would consist of the following...
By Steve Dickinson
If the Chinese entity is an empty shell, then there is no value in China to protect and further analysis of the company is a waste of time.
By Daniel Harris
Because of this blog, our China lawyers get a fairly steady stream of China law questions from readers, mostly via emails but occasionally via blog comments or phone calls as well.
By Mathew Alderson
This is the fourth in a series about online copyright takedowns. Copyright Takedowns in China was a general summary of the regulations that establish the takedown procedures.
By Grace Yang
Now that China has amended its Law on Population and Family Planning, it is a good time to review how China's employment laws treat pregnant and nursing employees.
By Daniel Harris
One of our China lawyers attended a Continuing Legal Education Seminar (CLE) last week to pick up needed credits before the bar fines start setting in.
By Daniel Harris
What can go wrong for China consultants that can lead to their incurring liability? And what can you as a China Consultant do to prevent or ameliorate such a problem?
By Daniel Harris
Helping American and European companies deal with their China manufacturers is something my firm's China lawyers do every single day.
By Mathew Alderson, Grace Yang
China has a pretty good system for takedowns of copyright subject matter stored or posted online without the approval of the copyright owner.
By Mathew Alderson
I touched on this topic during my recent webinar for the China-Britain Business Council about China Film Intellectual Property. Most of my comments apply equally to all industries, not just the film industry.
By Mathew Alderson
The amendments of 2001 were the first round of modernization of China's copyright law.
By Mathew Alderson, Grace Yang
China's National People's Congress issued a draft of the Film Industry Promotion Law for public comment on November 6, 2015.
By Mathew Alderson
Copyright in China is a bundle of personal and property rights attaching to certain types of works.