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China publishes guideline for building mediation rooms

2018-11-28

China's Ministry of Justice has released a guideline for building "mediation rooms."

Top forensic scientist finds evidence of great progress

2018-12-04

Globally renowned forensic scientist Henry Chang-yu Lee has tipped China to become a world leader in high-tech evidence collection thanks to growing investment in time, energy and talent since the 1980s.

Update laws to cover digital crimes, experts advise

2018-11-28

Legal experts have called for legislation covering emerging digital crimes, filling gaps in Chinese laws designed to meet the challenges of the agricultural and industrial eras.

Court aims to smooth litigation with tech

2018-11-02

The Beijing Internet Court, a special court set up in the capital to deal with internet-related cases, is turning its sights to technology to prevent dishonest litigation after a successful initiative to allow people to file lawsuits online.

Minister of Justice: try to build a responsible police team for detoxification and prison work

2018-10-26

Fu Zhenghua, China’s minister of Justice, urged that all sides should work to build a responsible team for detoxification and prison work at a police endowment ceremony on Oct 25.

Amendments and new regulations coming for private enterprises

2018-11-28

Amendments and new policies to protect private enterprises should be an important part of legislation, according to a recent seminar held by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ).

First regulation of shared accommodation industry issued

2018-11-28

A regulation on norms of shared accommodation services was initiated by the Sharing Economy Research Center of the State Information Center (SIC) on Nov 15.

China publishes guideline for building mediation rooms

2018-11-28

China's Ministry of Justice has released a guideline for building "mediation rooms."

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