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Keeping the cab-hailing business competition fairer

2016-08-10

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 law firms 'lag behind' in IT

2016-08-09

Chinese lawyers are bracing for an IT revolution now that more and more of their clients are expanding ties and interests around the world.

Legality of non-local cars in Beijing ride-hailing services under study

2016-08-09

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.

Tribunal to handle 'zombie companies'

2016-08-09

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.

Chinese "gay wives" struggle to break free

2016-08-08

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.

Lawyer gets 7 years for subversion

2016-08-05

Head of Beijing law firm pleads guilty at trial; won't appeal

Ministry issues draft rules for car-hailing business

2016-08-04

Airports, train stations will be off-limits to avoid direct competition with taxis

Supreme court issues rule on online judicial auctions

2016-08-04

China’s top court released new regulations detailing procedures for online judicial sales at a press conference in Beijing on August 3.