In China to Charge Three Australian Crown Resorts Executives The Wall Street Journal (Wayne Ma) reports that Chinese authorities will be pursuing criminal charges against at least three employees of Crown Resorts Ltd., an Australian gambling company.
In China Product Development: Focus on Manufacturing Rights, I set out the ideal resolution of product manufacturing rights issues that arise in co-development projects in China.
In yesterday’s post, China Employee Terminations and The New Two Child Policy, I discussed how the laws vary in China regarding whether an employer can terminate an employee for having violated China’s family planning laws.
China’s Cyber Security Law, which will take effect from 1 June, 2017 was adopted on 7 November.
In China’s new two-child era, couples are allowed (even encouraged) to have two kids, but no more, unless an exception applies.
In yesterday’s Quick Question Friday, China Law Answers, Part XXXV, I posed what is probably the single most common question our China lawyers get from our fellow lawyers: “What should we put in our dispute resolution provision in the contract we are drafting with a China company.”
Close your eyes, and imagine that when you open them you have been magically transported to another country and you are inside a Starbucks.
I recently wrote a series of posts on product development in China, entitled, Hardware Co-Development in China: Do it Right. (Go here for Part 1, here for Part 2, here for part 3, and here for Part 4 of that series).
It is no exaggeration to say that e-commerce is huge in China.