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Beijing court says juvenile crime database can aid youth development

2017-06-15

A Beijing court is developing a database on juvenile offenders to help judges better understand a defendant's family background.

Residents win more suits against officials

2017-06-14

China has seen a significant rise in the number of residents filing - and winning - lawsuits against government departments after a shake-up in the law, the top court said on Tuesday.

Better legal protection needed for IP: Lawyers

2017-06-12

Intellectual property and legal professionals said over the past weekend that China should make more effort to improve IP-related laws and solve IP cases with a more open mind, aiming to satisfy increasing legal demand in the rapidly developing internet era.

3 linked to fugitive plead guilty

2017-06-10

Former executives of fugitive Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining a loan and foreign currency during their trial in Dalian, Liaoning province, on Friday.

Ex-executives of Guo Wengui plead guilty

2017-06-09

Former senior executives who worked for a Chinese billionaire fugitive Guo Wengui are standing trial on Friday in Dalian, Liaoning province, on suspicion of fraudulently obtaining loans.

Online case filing may boost courts' efficiency

2017-06-08

Residents of Tianjin and Hebei province may soon not need to travel to Beijing to file lawsuits, as a cross-regional online platform is being explored.

Database of experts may aid courts

2017-06-06

Environmental professionals and judges who handle such cases called on leaders to adopt expert testimony or establish an expert database for use in civil public-interest lawsuits, which would speed up hearings.

Security key as cyberlaw takes effect

2017-06-02

China's widely watched Cybersecurity Law, which takes effect on June 1, is not meant to limit the cross-border flow of information or hamper international trade, despite the concerns of some foreign institutes, the country's cybersecurity watchdog said on May 31.