On 31 May 2019 the Ministry of Commerce of China (MOFCOM) announced the creation of an Unreliable Entity List designed for foreign companies and individuals (UEL). Initial hints at what draft criteria would place a company on this list were few. However it was widely reported that it would affect businesses who ” … deviate […]Read More
China Europe Issue 1 Legal tech Tech
Digital arbitration and litigation in China and Switzerland during the
Dayo Ayoola-Johnson November 15, 2020
Judicial officers have over the past year faced a high risk of contracting Covid‑19 in their exchange with lawyers and litigants. Accordingly, measures were enforced around the world settle disputes with minimal physical interaction. In China and Switzerland this involved the effective use of digital technology. China China has operating a virtual court system in […]Read More
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Under Chinese contract law the parties can conclude contracts in written, oral and other forms. But which specific rules apply for digital signatures? Read More
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