Chinese nuclear operation enterprises are ordered to regularly provide physical checks for employees, in a bid to protect their health and safety, according to China's Nuclear Safety Law.
People who distort or disrespect the national anthem will face criminal punishments, according to China's National Anthem Law.
Xiong Xuanguo, vice-minister of justice, urged that all sides should work to improve the legal aid system in a national legal training class on August 29.
China's top court has decided to set up more courts to hear intellectual property cases and deal with the increasing number of such disputes, which could help improve technology innovation.
A series of judicial reforms, including the further establishment of intellectual property courts and orders preventing interference in cases by governmental departments, have been added to a draft amendment of the Organic Law of People's Courts for consideration by China's top legislature.
Nuclear agencies can now be fined up to 5 million yuan ($762,000) if they set up nuclear facilities or conduct related activities without authorization, according to the newly adopted Nuclear Safety Law.
A judicial administration service seminar themed on Belt and Road Initiative was held on August 26 in Beijing.