Archive for July, 2016

Being Detained in China? A Lawyer Can Help You

When a foreigner or his relative is detained by PSB in China, he must be stuck with panic and doesn’t know what to do. For most foreigners, the only way they can figure out is to seek help from his country’s embassy or consulate. Undoubtedly, that is a right way and indeed the first thing [...]

Published by Mike Wang on July 29th, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

China Design Patents: Learn from Apple’s Pain

You may have heard that Apple has been involved in a legal dispute with a small Chinese smart-phone manufacturer, over the design of the iPhone 6. The iconic gadget which helped to define the smart-phone era has been labeled an IP infringer.
Shenzhen Baili is a local Chinese smart-phone manufacturer. It owns design patent ZL201430009113.9 [...]

Published by Crys Zheng on July 28th, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

The duties of legal reps

Published by Christopher Fung on July 27th, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

Legal reps

Published by Christopher Fung on July 27th, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

Watch out for the tigers, they are not the Hello Kitties

During recent days, a piece of CCTV episode is being rapidly spread throughout internet. It was recorded on the last Saturday, spotted that a couple was self-driving in the Beijing Badaling Wildlife Park for sightseeing together with their child and the wife’s mother. However, during their visit around the tiger area in the park, the [...]

Published by Crys Zheng on July 26th, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

So you want to Host a Website in China. Here’s what you need.

So you want to Host a Website in China. Here’s what you need.
The Internet Content Provider (ICP) license is a permit issued by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) at the provincial level. The ICP license enables PRC-based websites to operate in accordance with the law. [...]

Published by Susanna Song on July 25th, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

Is the Chinese Supreme Court’s Ruling Final?

The Supreme Court is the highest level of court in China, and many people, even foreign lawyers take it for granted that the decisions, rulings, or judgments made by the Supreme Court are final and can’t be changed. When a litigant receives the judgment made by the Supreme Court which is found against him and [...]

Published by Mike Wang on July 22nd, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

Choosing Place of Arbitration: Don’t Go There

When entering into an agreement with a Chinese company, a strong arbitration clause is essential. Part of constructing the arbitration clause, will be deciding on a place of arbitration. The place of arbitration is the location at which both parties agree to hold the arbitration proceeding, and generally is not required to be in a [...]

Published by Jacob Blacklock on July 21st, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

ABCs for China’s Design Patent: Get Protected, Not Hijacked!

The design protection system was established in China in 1985. Since then, designs are protected in accordance with PRC’s Patent Law. “Design” in PRC’s Patent law refers to the any new design of a product, including shape, or pattern or a combination of color, shape and pattern of a product. Unlike traditional patents design patents [...]

Published by Jacob Blacklock on July 19th, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »

LEHMAN, LEE & XU Recognized Two Consecutive Years by Global 100 for Excellent China Advertising Law Practice

LEHMAN, LEE & XU, a top-3 Chinese law firm, has been recognized by Global 100 for excellence in its China Advertising Law practice. This marks the second time LEHMAN, LEE & XU has been recognized, as it was also named in 2015. Every year, Global 100 selects 100 of the World’s leading firms and individuals [...]

Published by Jacob Blacklock on July 19th, 2016 tagged China News | Comment now »