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marzo 2018

Public-Private Partnership Disputes in the Chinese courts

Avv. Riccardo E. Di Vizio Avv. Riccardo E. Di Vizio Public-Private Partnership Disputes in the Chinese courts A team of researchers from the Jiangsu Higher People’s Court #1 Civil Division recently published an article on difficult legal issues relating to public-private partnerships (literally government/social capital cooperation) (PPP) in the Journal of Law Application (the Journal) […]

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Update on China’s international commercial court

Avv. Riccardo E. Di Vizio Among the many developments flagged in Supreme People’s Court (SPC) President Zhou Qiang’s 2018 report to the National People’s Congress is that the SPC will establish an international commercial tribunal (court)(最 高人民法院国际商事审判庭), as approved by the Central Leading Group for Comprehensively Deepening Reforms. The timing is unknown. The international commercial […]

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Why are Chinese judges so stressed?

Avv. Riccardo E. Di Vizio Why are Chinese judges so stressed? “Dear litigants” Why are Chinese judges so stressed? The photo above was viral in legal Wechat groups in early February–a notice in the lobby of a Guangxi district court advising litigants to use mediation or arbitration because the judges in the court are overworked, […]

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