The establishment of the Greater Bay Area (GBA) along with the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) brings
with it ample business opportunities for lawyers. This article discusses the possible risks to consider
when advising clients on BRI related projects, being prepared to mitigate these risks, as well as China's
International Commercial Court (CICC) as a viable option for dispute resolution in BRI cases
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development announced that China has topped the global foreign direct investment list in H1; CPC stresses on the implementation of advancing law-based governance in all areas; and NPC will revise and draft new laws in a session to be held between October 22 to 26.
The Supreme People’s Court (SPC) released a five-year plan to incorporate the country’s socialist core
values in handling judicial interpretation. Susan Finder, who has been observing the SPC for the
last 25 years and who was recently appointed as one of the 32 members of the international expert
committee of the China International Commercial Court (CICC), shares with China Law & Practice
the SPC's approach as to how these socialist values will be incorporated into judicial interpretations.
Her remarks are her own and should not be attributed either to the SPC or the CICC
Innovation lies in the heart of China’s efforts in developing its dispute resolution mechanisms as it strives to stay at the top of the game in international disputes, especially with Belt and Road Initiative looming with endless possibilities of potential differences
Vivian Wu, counsel, and Xuan He, associate at FenXun Partners, in Beijing discuss the new rule issued by China’s National Health Commission regulating the administration of data protection in the healthcare and medical industry