Guangzhou Maritime Court released a maritime trial whitepaper for 2017 to analyze the problems in shipping market operations on Aug 24.
An advanced studies seminar on judicial approaches to intellectual property rights (IPRs), jointly organized by the Supreme People's Court of China (SPC) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), opened in Beijing on August 21.
The Head of the Supreme People’s Court (SPC) gave instructions on court verdict enforcement work in the command center of the court by video on Aug 21.
Legal experts have urged China to provide more training for criminal lawyers to improve their abilities in defending suspects.
Judges have called on lawmakers to clearly define illegal private lending and provide guidelines for the police, prosecutors and courts as soon as possible to prevent financial risks.
Customs authorities in East China's Jiangsu province have busted a major network involved in smuggling more than 100,000 tonnes of fuel.
The Supreme People’s Court has released ten typical maritime case reports of 2017 demonstrating that it gives full play to the role of judicial guarantees in building maritime trade.