China said on Friday it gives equal protection to the owners of trademarks both home and abroad.
A Chinese court on Thursday sentenced Xi Xiaoming, former vice president of the Supreme People's Court (SPC), to life imprisonment on bribery charges.
Information on a total of 108,100 cases was put online by Chinese procuratorates in 2016, an increase of 36.2 percent, the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) said Thursday.
China is considering revisions to its 1984 Maritime Traffic Safety Law which would allow the relevant authorities to bar foreign ships from passing through Chinese territorial waters, the Xinhua News Agency reported Wednesday.
China has extended penalty restrictions against people who default on their court orders, keeping them from traveling by plane, applying for loans and credit cards, or getting promoted.
China is considering revisions to the 1984 Maritime Traffic Safety Law to prioritize searches for survivors over searches for property.
A graft fugitive returned to China from the United States Friday to turn herself in, according to the Communist Party of China's disciplinary watchdog.
Police in southwest China's Guizhou Province have seized a large amount of equipment and 900 kilograms of raw materials for drug production and arrested more than 30 suspects, police said Thursday.
China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang on Wednesday demanded improvements to the quality of legislation passed by the legislature.
Authorities in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Wednesday revealed an investigation into a banquet where pangolin was served, which caused a public outcry.
China's top court promises to ensure judges properly exert their judicial power without interference.
A suspect who allegedly offered student loans in exchange for nude photos was arrested by police in Gansu province in January.
The top procuratorate will open an investigation into Wu Tianjun, a former senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official, following allegations that he accepted bribes.
The Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) issued a document on Friday on the fight against officials who provide protection to "village strongmen" and gangs.
China's lawyers association has pledged to deepen reforms across relevant systems, promote self-discipline and improve services for the country's lawyers.
The Haidian district procuratorate in Beijing has approved the arrest of a man suspected of raping a teenage girl he was tutoring. The procuratorate did not provide more details.
Dozens of overseas NGOs have successfully registered in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong weeks after a new law took effect on January 1, with public security officers saying they will continue to play the role of "serving" rather than "managing" those NGOs.
Nearly 3,800 people in China were arrested for crimes related to intellectual property rights (IPR) violations last year, the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) announced Tuesday.