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Do China's Internet Courts work entirely online?

Currently China has three Internet Courts: Hangzhou (as of Aug 18, 2017), Beijing (as of Sep 9, 2018) and Guangzhou (as of Sep 28, 2018), respectively. As a legal system’s responses to new demands in new times, these Internet Courts … Continue reading

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China's Clear and Present Threat – American Greatness

When Trump first brought up the issue of tariffs, a great wailing erupted from the free traders on the Right decrying that he was about to begin a trade war. While it’s a convenient narrative to say that this is … Continue reading

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An Interview with FTC Randy Tritell and China's Professor Shi Jianzhong February 13, 2018 Noon-1:15p.m. EST

The International Task Force Presents An Interview with FTC Randy Tritell and China's Professor Shi Jianzhong February 13, 2018 Noon-1:15p.m. EST China is expected to finalize a number of antitrust guidelines as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Anti-Monopoly… … Continue reading

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AIR CHINA'S COLD LOBSTER APPETIZER

Not only was it cold …. It was hard. (Didn't taste like lobster.) Read more detail on Recent Real Estate and Property Law posts –

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You Better Watch Out, You Better Not Cry: China's Emerging Approach to Abuse of Dominance

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Martyn Huckerby & Sharon Wong (Mallesons) describe You Better Watch Out, You Better Not Cry: China's Emerging Approach to Abuse of Dominance. ABSTRACT: Since the introduction of the Anti-Monopoly Law ("AML") in 2008 outside observers… … Continue reading

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