• Lead-water JR bid tossed out

    2016-01-05

    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

    2015-12-31

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of OSI Group LLC, the United States meat supplier that got ditched by Yum Brands Inc in China for allegedly selling out-of-date products, according to a court official.

  • Malaysian sentenced to prison in Cartier shop watch theft

    2015-12-28

    A Malaysian man convicted of stealing watches from a Cartier shop on Wanfujing Street was sentenced to 12 years in prison on Monday and fined 24,000 yuan ($3,692), the Beijing No 2 People's Intermediate Court reported.

  • Prenuptials vital for marriages: experts

    2015-12-15

    In recent years, Chinese courts have handled a growing number of cases involving foreigners in family disputes, specifically in matters over children and property. According to the Supreme People's Court, there is a growing awareness of foreign laws in cases in which a Chinese citizen and resident marries a foreigner.

  • BOC weighs legal options against US court ruling

    2015-12-03

    Bank of China Ltd is seeking to appeal against a United States court order that imposes $50,000 daily fine on it for withholding information.

  • BOC faces $50,000 daily fine

    2015-12-02

    Bank of China Ltd faces a fine of $50,000 for each day it refuses to turn over account information on Chinese customers suspected of selling counterfeit luxury goods.

  • ConocoPhillips subsidiary fined for oil pollution

    2015-11-09

    The ruling suggests that any private industry production and operations should abide by law and that Chinese and foreign companies are equal before the law. They have a responsibility to protect and restore the environment and to pay compensation for proved loss to others.

  • Sany settles dispute with US govt

    2015-11-06

    Attorneys for Ralls Corp, a US subsidiary of China's major machinery manufacturer Sany Group, has settled its four-year lawsuit against the US government.