Key Points on Early Dissolution and Liquidation of WFOEs

(By Lisa Li)In accordance with the PRC Company Law (hereinafter referred to as the “Company Law”), the Regulations of PRC on Administration of Company Registration (hereinafter referred to as “Company Registration Administration Regulations”) as well as the Law of PRC on Foreign Invested Enterprises (hereinafter referred to as “Foreign Invested Enterprises Law”) etc and based on the author’s prior experience in handling cases of early dissolution and liquidation of companies, we summarized key points and practical experience regarding the early dissolution and liquidation process of wholly foreign invested companies, including foreign invested enterprises owned by one sole foreign investor and those jointly owned by foreign investors (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “WFOE”) prior to expiration of the registered operation term.


How China Government Regulates Risk Prevention for Bitcoin Transaction?

(By You Yunting)  The Circular on Issues Concerning Risks Prevention forBitcoinwas published on December 3rd in regards to regulating the bitcoin bubble, a virtual currency bubble, that has exploded in popularity in China and soared in value in recent months.The circular was issued jointly by People’s Bank of China, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (the “MIIT”), China Banking Regulatory Commission (the “CBRC”), China Securities Regulatory Commission (the “CSRC”) and China Insurance Regulatory Commission (the “CIRC”), which states that Bitcoin has no legal status of monetary equivalent and must not circulate on the Chinese market.


The Latest Progress of iPad Lawsuits

The two lawsuits concerning the iPad trademarks have both gained the new progress in this month (2012.6)

For the trial between Apple and Proview, as introduced by the spokesman of the Guangdong People’s High Court’s Foreign Affair Office, the case will not be judged in recent for the companies are in the negotiation for the renegotiation with the presiding of the court. By the Civil Procedure Law

“In trying an appealed case against a judgment, the people s court shall make a final judgment within three months after the case was filed as one of second instance. Any extension of the term necessitated by special circumstances shall be subject to the approval of the president of the said court.”