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    China recognizes blockchain evidence, even while expanding cryptocurrency ban

    Even as China expands its widespread ban on cryptocurrencies, the country is embracing the blockchain technology that powers cryptocurrencies, with the Supreme People’s Court this week recognizing the use of blockchain evidence in legal disputes. Blockchain technology Blockchain technology was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 to serve as the public transaction ledger of the...
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    Judicial Accountability System implemented by the Supreme People’s Court

    The Supreme People’s Court (SPC) of the People’s Republic of China recently issued tentative opinions on implementation of the judicial accountability system, covering its basic rules, judicial organization, personnel, process, supervision and administration, which took effect August 1, 2017. Panels The opinions provide that a collegial panel shall be composed of an appropriate number of...
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    China issues new regulations to protect rights of attorneys

    As reported by The Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China: China’s national association of lawyers unveiled a set of regulations on March 24 to better protect the legal rights of lawyers and strictly regulate their behavior to ensure the healthy development of the profession. The regulations include an amendment to lawyers’ professional...
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    Stanford publishes latest analytics review of China Guiding Cases

    Stanford Law School this week published its latest issue of Guiding Case Analytics entitled “China’s Guiding Cases System: Review and Recommendations.” Guiding Cases System As a civil law jurisdiction, China does not recognize the stare decisis doctrine, because doing so would violate the principle that only the legislature may make law. Case law may be...

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