When a China employer and one of its employees end their employment relationship, one of the most important things the employer must do is provide the former employee with a Proof of Termination of Employment Relationship document.
One of our China lawyers got an email the other day from a US company saying the following:
On January 10, 2017, Singapore enacted yet another landmark legal reform, renewing its status as a leading seat for international arbitration.
China’s lack of an affirmative trademark use requirement allows trademark owners to register marks in more classes and covering more products and services than what they actually sell.
A good China manufacturing agreement must address many issues, including, most importantly, the basic business terms for purchase of the manufactured product.
The PRC government promulgated its Cybersecurity Law on November 7, 2016, with an effective date of June 1, 2017. To say that foreign tech firms are concerned about the impact of this new law on their business in China would be an understatement.
Lexology ran an excellent article the other day, entitled, Catching the Bad Guys: Recovery for a Defrauded Alibaba Buyer.
I have been writing a lot lately about various myths regarding specific aspects of Chinese employment law.
The National Security Law, effective as of July 1, 2015, states that “(the State shall) enhance network and information security protection capabilities, strengthen innovative research…
In Part 1 of this series, I discussed how the increasing complexity of products made in China has led to a corresponding increase in the complexity of the molds for those products…