As the Communist Party of China (CPC) celebrated its 100th birthday in early July, China solemnly declared the accomplishment of its first centenary goal of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects.
Legal experts are calling for the mutual development of the long and short video industries in tandem with copyright protection, suggesting courts play a bigger role in seeking to balance copyright protection and industry growth.
A new judicial explanation will take effect from Wednesday to clarify legal problems in the lawsuits of plant-variety rights violations, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) said.
China's judicial and law enforcement agencies on Tuesday jointly issued a legal document to stop telecom fraud "on every link and dimension."
A judicial interpretation on online litigation was issued by China's top court on Thursday to further regulate legal procedures in cyberspace.
The inaugural ceremony for China's first commercial mediation association – the Shenzhen Commercial Mediation Association (SCMA) – was recently held in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong province.
Beijing No 4 Intermediate People's Court heard a total of 28 public interest case concerning ecological and environmental protection from 2016 to Thursday, ranking at the forefront in the handling such cases among courts nationwide.
The efforts made in protecting copyrights, especially those in cyberspace, have continuously increased over the past 30 years, an official from China's top court said on Tuesday.