Category: Arbitration and Litigation

Top Strategies for Winning Arbitration in China
  • Posted by: Peter Pang
  • Category: Category: Arbitration and Litigation, Category: Legal Updates
Strategies for Winning Arbitration in China
Arbitration has been on the rise in China. Over the past few years, the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (“CIETAC”) has reported a rapid growth in commercial arbitration cases in China. Many of these arbitrations have involved wholly-foreign owned enterprises (“WFOEs”) engaged in the economic and infrastructural transformation the nation is pushing forward...
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Administrative Law in China: What You Need to Know
  • Posted by: Peter Pang
  • Category: Category: Arbitration and Litigation, Category: Foreign Direct Investments
Administrative Law in China
Administrative Law in China: What You Need to Know Like many countries, China has numerous state agencies that make decisions that affect Chinese companies, consumers, and citizens on a daily basis.  These agencies decide on various matters such as the compensation to be given to a Chinese citizen whose property is seized for the purpose...
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The Reinstatement of an Employee Under Chinese Law
  • Posted by: Peter Pang
  • Category: Category: Arbitration and Litigation, Category: Business In China, Category: Foreign Direct Investments, Category: Labor and Employment Law
Employee Under Chinese Law
If you are a Chinese employer and have terminated an employee, it is highly likely the employer may seek redress through the courts in an effort to rescind their termination and be reinstated. Chinese employment law is extremely employee friendly and there are very limited circumstances under which an employee can be terminated when compared...
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The Keys to Terminating an Employee in China
  • Posted by: Peter Pang
  • Category: Category: Arbitration and Litigation, Category: Labor and Employment Law
The Keys to Terminating an Employee in China
Employee terminations in China can be quite unlike terminating an employee in other countries.  Whether the termination is for cause because the employee was embezzling from the company or for legitimate performance reasons, terminating an employee in China can often lead to a somewhat torturous and lengthy process that can turn very ugly very quickly. ...
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China Cracking down on Malicious Trademark Registrations
  • Posted by: Peter Pang
  • Category: Category: Arbitration and Litigation, Category: Business In China, Category: Foreign Direct Investments, Category: Intellectual Property
Trademark Registrations
What does a deck of playing cards and a lighter have in common? ‘Nothing’, one could argue. On December 30th 2015, the Beijing No.1 Intermediate People’s Court argued otherwise and endorsed a creative argument in a case involving the world’s largest playing card manufacturing company and a malicious trademark applicant. The United States Playing Card...
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