• SPC calls for better use of environmental protection injunctions


    Tao Kaiyuan, vice-president of the Supreme People's Court, called for fully utilizing the preventive relief function of the environmental protection injunction at an expert meeting co-held by the SPC and the Renmin University of China Law School on Dec 3.

  • China's top court calls for removal of case filing obstacles


    China's top court on Thursday urged all courts across the country to abide by the requirements of the case filing registration system, and to remove obstacles to the filing of cases.

  • Shanghai judicial system grows in strength


    Shanghai has strengthened the development of specialized courts to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of legal services as part of its move to become a global center for economy, finance, trade, shipping and technological innovation, authorities said on Monday.

  • China, Singapore jointly publish international commercial cases


    Chinese and Singaporean delegations jointly announced publication of a collection of international commercial cases from both countries, at the fourth Singapore-China Legal and Judicial Roundtable 2020 on Nov 30.

  • HK, Chinese mainland up arbitration cooperation


    The Chinese mainland and the Hong Kong SAR jointly revised a 20-year-old legal assistance arrangement and issued it on Friday, in an effort to consolidate cooperation in resolving commercial disputes.

  • Top court aids victims of domestic violence


    Chinese courts are expected to moderately reduce the burden of proof on domestic violence victims when they apply for personal safety protection orders, an official of China's top court said.

  • Enhanced system to aid in foreign finance cases


    Shanghai will enhance its legal systems with new measures to improve litigation of financial disputes involving foreign parties, according to the Shanghai High People's Court as it unveiled a 24-article policy on Monday.

  • Courts step up human rights protection


    The protection of human rights in China's judicial system has been effectively strengthened by the rule of law in the past eight years through the intensification of case supervision and strict regulation of criminal procedures.