Tag Archives: law

Refining the environment through tax

The PRC Law on Environmental Protection Tax and Interim Provisions on the Administration of Pollutant Discharge Permits

China’s Cybersecurity Law: an expression of China’s cyber-sovereignty ambitions

Coming in to effect later this year, the final draft of the China’s Cyber Security Law contains a number of positives

An Overcast Outlook: Cloud Services in China

 China’s booming technology, media and communications (TMC) sector provides great market opportunities for cloud computing and related services.

Cybersecurity’s Impact on European (and Chinese) Business

On 7th November, 2016, the Chinese authorities passed a new Cybersecurity Law that will have significant ramifications for the operations of European businesses

A case in point: real-life IPR infringement cases

While China’s IPR regime has improved over the years, counterfeiting and other IP infringements are still commonplace, making IP protection a priority when doing business in or with China.

Corporate dissolution: is prior consent required before terminating labour contracts?

In the face of China’s increasingly strong economic headwinds, some businesses are having to revise their strategies in order to ensure profitable growth.

Interview with Michael Tan, Vice Chair, Legal and Competition Working Group, 2015/2016

Michael Tan has worked in the legal industry for more than 16 years, following his graduation from the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.

Fencing off the World Wide Web

China’s new online publishing regulations

Can you keep a (trade) secret?

Trade secrets have become increasingly important for rights holders in China.