Month: <span>April 2022</span>
Month: April 2022

China Company Verification and Due Diligence: Legal Representative

If you contract with a Chinese company, you’d better have its legal representative sign the contract. This is because he/she holds the core power of the company and will also be responsible for the company.

How to Write an Application for Enforcing Foreign Judgment in China – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (VI)

How to Write an Application for Enforcing Foreign Judgment in China – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (VI) Key takeaways: The 2021 Conference …

China Company Verification and Due Diligence: Registered Capital/ Paid-in Capital

A Chinese company with larger registered capital, especially paid-in capital, usually has larger scale and stronger ability to perform contracts. However, its registered capital or paid-in capital isn’t necessarily equal to its actual assets at a certain point of time.

[WEBINAR] German-China Debt Collection: Enforcing Foreign Judgments & Arbitral Awards

Friday, 27 May 2022, 09:00-11:00 Berlin Time (GMT+2) /15:00-17:00 Beijing Time (GMT+8).
Four industry leaders from China and Germany, Chenyang Zhang, Partner of Tian Yuan Law Firm (China), Hualei Ding, Partner of Dentons Beijing (China), Timo Schneiders, Managing Partner of YK Law Germany, Stephan Ebner, German-US-Attorney-at-Law at DRES. SCHACHT & KOLLEGEN (Germany), will discuss whether and how foreign judgments and awards can be enforced in the two jurisdictions, a rising sector in international debt collection.

What Documents to Prepare for Enforcing Foreign Judgment in China – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (V)

China published a landmark judicial policy on the enforcement of foreign judgments in 2022. This post provides the documents checklist one needs to prepare for enforcing a foreign judgment in China.

How Chinese Courts Identify Foreign Judgments as Final and Conclusive? – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (IV)

China published a landmark judicial policy on the enforcement of foreign judgments in 2022. This post addresses the criteria for Chinese courts in reviewing whether a foreign judgment is final and binding or not.

China Company Verification and Due Diligence: Legitimacy, Existence and Other Status

You should avoid dealing with a company in suspension, revocation, liquidation or deregistration because it is incapable of performing contracts. Otherwise, you will be exposed to substantial losses and probably fail to claim damages from such a company.

How Chinese Courts Determine Reciprocity in Foreign Judgment Enforcement – Breakthrough for Collecting Judgments in China Series (III)

China published a landmark judicial policy on the enforcement of foreign judgments in 2022. This post addresses the newly-introduced criteria for determining reciprocity, which ensures efforts to substantially open the door to foreign judgments.