Understanding Chinese Courts and Legal Process: Law with Chinese Characteristics

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Kluwer Law International, Jan 1, 1997 - Law - 403 pages
In order to cope with the legal challenges presented by the opening of the Chinese economy to the West, the legal system in China has been undergoing significant reform. In 1995 a new Judge's law came into effect after going through 30 draft revisions. This new law provided for sweeping changes in Chinese legal process.

The author of this volume presents an overview of these important legal reforms and explains what they mean for Westerners operating in China.

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Professor Brown currently serves as an active labor arbitrator. His teaching specialties include labor and employment law, employment discrimination law, arbitration, Chinese law, Asian international and comparative labor and employment law, and U.S.-China labor and employment law. He has authored numerous articles and two books, Understanding Labor and Employment Law in China and Understanding Chinese Courts and Legal Process: Law with Chinese Characteristics.

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