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As 2009 sneaks up on people while they are scribbling down dates or writing a check, memories of 2008 still linger. A Modern Lei Feng finds strength, meaning and inspiration in a disabled Chinese man, and wisely advises all of us to try to “pull yourself up.” Managing the Dragon, on...
In June 2008, I was visited by a distant relative while I was visiting my parents. It turned out that this relative was litigating in a local county people’s court over a basic personal injury, and when they heard that I was back home and knew something about the law, they came for my ideas...
After trying wordpress for almost a year, I have had enough of it, so I have decided to go back to blogger. However, this time this blog will be hosted by google under my customized domain name. The new URL for my blog will be: http://www.chinabusinesslawblog.com Before moving over, I will...
Recently, my paper (co-author Professor Shubha Ghosh), Protection and Enforcement of Well-Known Mark Rights in China: History, Theory, and Future, made the top ten download list for EAS Subject Matter eJournals and HRN East Asian Studies Research Network. It is good to know that people actually...
A few days ago, I ran into this article intended for Australians who want to set up business in China. It discusses eight (8) basic elements that each businessperson needs to know before charging into China. I thought it was pretty good, and would like to share below. 1. You have more than one...
It’s is that time of the year again–Spring Festival. For one fifth of humanity, it is the most important holiday each year. For millions of migrant workers, it is the only time they can reunite with their family each year. So, millions take the dreadful journey home. Having my...
Over the years, folks familiar with China’s IP laws know in general that courts in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangdong are pretty good. These courts are good for many reasons: the judges are well trained and versed in intellectual property laws; the judges make reasonable decisions; the courts...
The NY Times reported that some family members related to the victims of the melamine scandal have filed a products liability class action lawsuit. This latest lawsuit is intriguing in a number of ways, which will be discussed below: A. Plaintiffs Sued in the The Supreme People’s Court of...
First of all, if you have not read Jack Perkowski’s Managing The Dragon, you are missing a tremendous resource like a lawyer missing a copy of the Black’s Law Dictionary. Yea, it is that good. I bought that book and could not put it down for an entire day… Besides offering...
China’s Procuratorial Daily recently published its fourth annual report titled “Law and Order Affect Life - 2008 Blue Book on China’s Legal System.” (Herein after, “Report”) This Report aims to identify and explain recent trends in China’s legal system....