Xun Yang, partner, and Jianqi Yang, associate, at Llinks Law Offices in Shanghai, discuss the key developments of the newly minted E-commerce Law, which showcases China’s determination to protect intellectual property rights, consumer interest and personal data, and what this means for e-commerce platform operators and online merchants
Frank Zhuang, counsel, and Tony Tang, associate of FenXun Partners, Shanghai share with China Law & Practice the practicalities and functionality of having a litigation procedure done through the internet courts in China, and the future of the internet courts.
Adrian LV and Huanhao HE of Han Kun Law Offices speak to China Law & Practice on the implication of China's draft Foreign Investment Law on various sectors and what lawyers need to know when the law comes into force.
China's newly published Draft Foreign Investment Law has garnered quite a bit of attention on a whole, and when in force would further protect foreign investment in China as well as contribute to a more streamlined market access. Jeanette Chan and Betty Yap, partners, Hans-Günther Herrmann, counsel and Rui Bu, China associate of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison discuss this impact of the newly minted draft law.
Yan Wang, Xiaowei Wei and Rui Luo, partners at Han Kun Law Offices share with China Law & Practice the unique system of China’s patent legislation, and how the open-door policy has influenced China’s IP policies to match that of international standards, and how the newly drafted patent legislation will set China up for a successful run in being an IP hub