• China's supreme court rules against Eli Lilly in patent infringement case


    The Supreme People's Court (SPC) of China on June 16 rejected the appeal of U.S. pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly and Co. against Jiangsu-based Changzhou Watson Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. in a long-standing patent infringement case.

  • OSI Group to appeal Chinese court's verdict


    US food purveyor OSI has called "unjust" a Chinese court's fines against it and prison sentences for 10 of its employees over allegations of giving expired meat products to US-based fast-food restaurants in China.

  • Canadian charged with spying


    A Canadian citizen has been charged with prying into and stealing State secrets, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed on Friday.

  • Zhejiang Longsheng sued for patent infringement by US corporation


    The Textile Effects division of US-based Huntsman Corporation has sued three Chinese companies for infringing its Chinese Patent by making and selling certain black dyes.

  • Chinese hoverboard maker sued over patent infringement


    A patent infringement case over a hoverboard has been thrown into the spotlight following a US federal marshals raid on a Chinese company's booth at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan 7.

  • Chinese students in US to be jailed for torturing peer


    The defendants were accused of abducting and torturing a fellow female Chinese student in an affluent community in Los Angeles in March.

  • Lead-water JR bid tossed out


    The High Court has rejected a bid for a judicial review (JR) into suspect plumbing works at one public housing estate of 11 embroiled in the city's lead in drinking water fiasco.

  • OSI Group trial comes to end in Shanghai


    A Shanghai court has concluded the trial of OSI Group LLC, the United States meat supplier that got ditched by Yum Brands Inc in China for allegedly selling out-of-date products, according to a court official.