How Do China’s Internet Courts Work?

Jan 22, 2019
| By Frank Zhuang and Tony Tang
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 internet courts in China, and the future of internet courts.
SHARE

Thank you for sharing!

Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided.
 

 

This premium content is reserved for
China Law & Practice Subscribers.

A Premium Subscription Provides:

  • A database of over 3,000 essential documents including key PRC legislation translated into English
  • A choice of newsletters to alert you to changes affecting your business including sector specific updates
  • Premium access to the mobile optimized site for timely analysis that guides you through China's ever-changing business environment

Subscribe Now

For enterprise-wide or corporate enquiries, please contact our experienced Sales Professionals at +44 (0)203 868 7546 or ChinaLawPracticeSubs@alm.com.

more from this sector