There’s been quite a bit of controversy over the relatively recent online cab-hailing business that has joined the regular taxi service after China passed a draft of a ruling on it.
Chinese lawyers are bracing for an IT revolution now that more and more of their clients are expanding ties and interests around the world.
Responding to reports that non-local cars will be excluded from the city's online car-hailing business, Beijing's transport authority said regulations are still being studied.
A provincial tribunal for bankruptcy cases was unveiled in the Guangdong High People's Court in Guangzhou on Monday, in a move to handle disputes brought on by "zombie companies" and to accelerate local economic development.
For these women, in China known as the "gay wives," or Tongqi, who unwittingly marry closeted gay men, the road to a successful divorce is often a rocky one due to obstruction from their husbands and a lack of clear legal support.
Head of Beijing law firm pleads guilty at trial; won't appeal
Airports, train stations will be off-limits to avoid direct competition with taxis
China’s top court released new regulations detailing procedures for online judicial sales at a press conference in Beijing on August 3.