On Sunday, China Central Television (CCTV), the country’s state-run broadcast network, aired a report claiming that nearly 500 students apparently developed illnesses (including leukemia) at a school built on contaminated land.
Does a lawsuit brought in New York based on advice regarding investment agreements signed in Hong Kong for a Chinese company belong in a Hong Kong court?
On April 18th and 19th, leaders from some of the world’s major steel producing countries met in Brussels to discuss the overcapacity problem that is wreaking havoc on the global steel industry.
Our China lawyers are getting a new wave of American (and one European) companies contacting us about having fallen victim to what we call the China bank switch scam.
Late last month, China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (“MOHRSS”) implemented Opinions on Several Issues Concerning the Implementation of the Regulation on Work Related Injury Insurance (II)(人力资源社会保障部关于执行《工伤保险条例》若干问题的意见（二）)(the “Opinions”).
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s Center for Food Safety reports 2015 was a fairly routine year for outbreaks and illnesses from foodborne diseases.
Last month China’s thirteenth “Five-Year Plan” (FYP13) was approved, setting out a social and economic development blueprint for the country for the next five years.
As I wrote in China Employment Contracts: If Yours Are Not Current, You Have A Problem, China employers must have written labor contracts with each of their full-time employees.
The Trade Marks Registry has recently accepted a movement mark for registration in Hong Kong.
The boom in China cross-border e-commerce has been dramatic and exponential.