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In today's global economy, more and more companies find themselves in disputes that cross geographical borders. These disputes inevitably involve differences in cultures and legal systems, and our China arbitration lawyer in This china law firm's International Arbitration and Dispute Practice helps clients bridge that gap.

Our China lawyer leads the International Arbitration and Dispute Practice. Our lawyers assist corporations in arbitration matters, as well as working with law firms that want to guard against conflicts with their corporate clients.Attorneys at This china law firm serve as arbitrators on leading international panels, with experience representing clients in business and financial disputes around the world.

Legal disputes and their resolutions are often time consuming and costly processes, and despite the towering number of lawsuits in this country, you might be one of many people that avoid courts for those exact reasons. At the same time, however, you might find yourself in an argument that needs to be resolved and calls for legal advice. If that is the case, you might want to contact our law firm.

Arbitration is a method of dispute resolution through a neutral third party, the arbitrator. The arbitrator issues binding decisions, enforceable under state and federal law and there is no need for a trial or the review of a trial court's decisions by the appellate courts..

WHAT ARE MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION?

Mediation and arbitration, in the context of China law, is a form of alternative dispute resolution specifically, a legal alternative to litigation whereby the parties to a dispute agree to submit their respective positions (through agreement or hearing) to a neutral third party (the arbitrator(s) or arbiter(s)) for resolution.

 

China Lawyer's Value

Questions such as these may come to mind when seeking the legal service of a China lawyer or china law firm. A business, an individual, a neighborhood or a family: most everyone needs a lawyer at some point during their lives to assist them during a crisis or conflict. Certain shared values are commonly expected of legal professionals. A lawyer must, first and foremost, put the interests of their clients above all others and press to achieve the outcome the client expects. No amount of money or credentials can ensure a lawyer will do what it takes for a client. Only one thing stands the test of all scrutiny: reputation.

We know our reputation speaks for itself. Every lawyer we employ is known for excellence, experience, and a tireless determination to serve the needs of our clients. Our clients refer friends and family, not only because we give them the help they need, but because they know our lawyers and attorneys are honest people they can trust.

Lawyers across the country create their own definition for the word "lawyer" and cast the word in both a positive and negative light. Practicing attorneys and law firms meet many forks in the road when balancing costs and service. When a test is needed to ensure a positive outcome in a medical malpractice or accident case, will your law firm go the extra mile? Will they put in the extra hours necessary to ensure your insurance company covers the medical costs that are disrupting your life? Judgments, however likely they will be favorable, are never certain. Investing time and resources into a case which might not settle in a client's favor is what marks the difference between a lawyer pursuing greed and a professional attorney sacrificing everything to win a case.

The terms "lawyer" and "attorney" take on differing definitions in both culture and practice. Our China lawyer might see in a movie on cable television most always employs a "lawyer." Large-scale, corporate legal professionals take the same connotation when bearing down on a small, helpless client, as the dirty teams of "lawyers" go to work. Yet, a police officer reading a criminal his rights will advise the perpetrator of his right to an "attorney." In both marketing practice and professional speech, "attorney" is more often used as a term of both status and prestige compared to "lawyer."

No matter how you refer to the professionals we employ, we know the lawyers and attorneys of our china law firm will give you the attention you deserve. Our values stand firm and our reputation is strong. If you need us, we would be honored to help.

 

China Collection Demand Letter

This letter is provided by our China litigation lawyer. Please contact our China litigation attorney or China contract attorney for the more detailed version of collection demand letter used in China.

COLLECTION DEMAND LETTER

_________(1)__________

__________(2)______________ 

__________(3)______________ 

__________(4)______________ 

Attention: ______(5)_______ 

As of the date of this letter, your payment which, under the terms of a promissory note you entered into, was due on ______(6)______, has not been received and is now past due. 
If you have already forwarded your payment, please disregard this letter; otherwise, please forward your payment immediately in order to avoid default under the promissory note dated _______(7)______.


Sincerely, 

_____________(9)_______________


NOTICE

The information in this document is designed to provide an outline that you can follow when formulating business or personal plans.  Due to the variances of many local, city, county and state laws, we recommend that you seek professional legal counseling before entering into any contract or agreement

 

China Affidavit Sample

This affidavit is drafted by our China litigation lawyer. You are advised by our China lawyer to retain our service to draft this document specially tailored for you according to China litigation law and rules.

AFFIDAVIT

Province OF ______(1)_______) 
ss: 
COUNTY OF ____(2)________)

KNOW ALL YE MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, 

That on this _(3)__ day of ______(4)_________, 19_(5)_, personally came and appeared before me ______(6)__________, of __________(7)_______________, known, and known to me, who after being first duly sworn, deposes and says: 

(Insert Sworn Statement)

FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NOT. 

__________(8)____________

SUBSCRIBED TO AND SWORN TO before me this ___(9) day of____(10)____________, 19_(11)_. 

_____________(12)__________
NOTARY PUBLIC

My Commission Expires __(13)__


NOTICE

The information in this document is designed to provide an outline that you can follow when formulating business or personal plans.  Due to the variances of many local, city, county and state laws, we recommend that you seek professional legal counseling before entering into any contract or agreement.

 

China Judge - Never Used To Be Lawyers

An interesting phenomenon in China: Judge never comes from lawyers and many times judge resigns to become a lawyer.

China lawyer earning more money than China judges is an undisputable facts. Judges get salary as a civil servant. A judge serving in a Shanghai or Beijing court can earn around RMB120,000(US$20,000), some judge in inner part of China can earning much less, whereas a lawyer in these cities could earn RMB300,000(US$50,000) is an average standard.

Very Few China lawyers can become judges, no matter how many years they practice law. You have to attend an admission test, an interview and political scrutiny before you are eligible for a judge. Most candidates fail in the first stage. Very few survive the second stage. I cannot disclose the reason here.

Some judge cannot stand the situation that lawyer earns more than judges. They resign and become lawyers. According to the law, judges cannot represent cases in the court where they used to serve in two years. The limitation is useless and very easy to circumvent. Generally, lawyers used to be judges earn more than normal lawyers, since they have more resources and connections.

Well, this is only part of Chinese legal career and legal market. There are many other rules and phenomenon that are different from the United States or EU.

 
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