Our blog

05 December 2016 By In Intellectual Property

Shenzhen copyright Lawyer

Our Shenzhen law firm counsels international individuals and corporations on protection for their copyrighted works and fair use of third-party works. We have experience registering copyrighted works and drafting and negotiating agreements involving copyrighted works, including joint-development agreements, licenses, assignments, and work made for hire agreements. 

Copyrights protect the specific expression embodied in original works of art or authorship.  The owner of a copyright has the exclusive right to reproduce the copyrighted work, to prepare derivative works, to distribute copies to the public, and to perform or display the work publicly.  Our Firm helps copyright owners protect these exclusive rights by preparing and filing applications to register copyrights, enforcing copyrights through litigation or other avenues of relief, and helping copyright owners profit from their creations via licenses and other arrangements.  Our Shenzhen IP Law also regularly counsels its clients on the interplay of copyrights with other forms of intellectual property and recommends strategies for effective protection of all intellectual property rights for creative works.  

27 November 2016 By In Contracts

Shenzhen legal translation lawyer

This Shenzhen lawyer blog shares insights on legal translation matter. At this Shenzhen law firm, we regularly update this blog and please come back if you are interested in our legal service or for your information.

Legal Matters are normal for any business relations and transactions. Whether you make an agreement with your partner, contractor, or a client, or rent industrial premises or request for bank loans, you have to enter into legal relations with the party you cooperate with.  From mere negotiations which can be regulated by minutes of meeting to serious issues involving court proceedings.

LEGAL DOCUMENT TRANSLATION IS NOT A SIMPLE TASK

Be Sure to Select Your Translation Vendor Carefully! From mere negotiations which can be regulated by minutes of meeting to serious issues involving court proceedings. 

27 August 2012 By In Family and Divorce

Under Chinese law, divorce is generally a simple process if both parties agree to the divorce and there are no children or assets involved. Two Chinese people can walk into the marriage registration office with their marriage books and their hukous and be divorced the same day. However, when the divorce involves a foreign national, the procedure can be much more complicated.

That said, foreign national can still get a divorce, though it is a difficult procedure. It make takes time, and it's only a matter of time, if you are committed to divorce, even either party is not willing to divorce.

27 August 2012 By In Family and Divorce

China divorce lawyer

China lawyer at the Law Office of Peter Zhu  received an inquiry recently from a foreing national intending to pursue a China related divorce. Here is her question:

My husband is US citizen and resides in China. I live in California. We've agreed to divorce and separated since he moved to China in 2009. No legal separation process is done and no divorce petition has been filed in court. We only have email agreement and he said he would file the divorce but he didn't do it. He was not quite responsive for my contact to finalize the divorce paperwork. Now I want to file the divorce in California and serve the divorce paper to him in China. How shall I do that?

You are here: Home Blog