(The following case comment is written by Chen Zhi, a PhD candidate at the University of Macau? Read more…
About Guangjian Tu
This author has yet to write their bio.
Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Guangjian Tu contributed a whooping 13 entries.
(This is another version of views for the recent Chinese case on international commercial arbitration provided by Chen Zhi, a PhD candidate in the University of Macau, Macau, PRC) On 6 August 2020, Guangzhou People’s Intermediate Court (“Guangzhou court”) handed down a ruling on a rare case concerning the enforcement of an award rendered by […]
A book edited by Catherine Kessedjian & Humberto Cantú Rivera and titled “Private International Law Aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility” has just been released electronically and in hard copy. As said in the abstract of the book, “This book addresses one of the core challenges in the corporate social responsibility (or business and human rights) […]
(This announcement is provided by Dr. Jeanne Huang, who is now working in Sydney Law School) International Civil and Commercial Dispute Resolution in Asia Pacific China and Australia Private International Law Forum 17th & 18th July 2019, Shanghai, China CALL FOR PAPERS PROPOSAL Submission Deadline: 15th April 2019 Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org With the increase of […]
The UM Macao Distinguished Visiting Scholar (MDS), established by University of Macau (UM) under the UM Macao Talent Program, aims to attract established scholars to conduct inter/multi-disciplinary research activities with UM faculty members or to promote joint research projects/publications. Read more…
The UM Macao Post-doctoral Fellowship (MPF), established by University of Macau (UM) under the UM Macao Talent Program, aims to attract high-calibre PhD graduates for faculties to sustain and strengthen their research capabilities and build up areas of expertise. Read more…
The UM Macao PhD Scholarship (MPDS) was established by the University of Macau (UM) in 2018, which aims at attracting excellent students in the world to pursue their PhD programmes in the UM. Read more…
Written by Dr. Jie (Jeanne) Huang, Senior Lecturer, University of New South Wales Faculty of Law The recent U.S. Supreme Court case, Animal Science Products, Inc. v. Hebei Welcome Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd, concerns what weight should be given to the Chinese government’s submission of Chinese law. On Page 58 of the trial transcript, Justices Kagan […]
This call for papers is provided for by Jeanne Huang. The issue of cross border protection of intellectual property (IP) was very important and explained the use of bilateral and multilateral treaties such as the Berne Convention and the Paris Convention. One of the fundamental principles underlying these treaties was territoriality and the national treatment […]
Written by Dr. Wenliang Zhang, Lecturer in the Law School of Renmin U, China (PRC) Against the lasting global efforts to address the issue of recognition and enforcement of civil and commercial judgments (“REJ”), some scholars from Mainland China, Japan and South Korea echoed from a regional level, and convened for a seminar on “Recognition […]