Dispute Resolution

China : The retroactive effects of the new amendment governing the alternative resolution procedure regarding .

In our previous publication, we announced that the China Dispute Resolution Policy (CNDPR) extended the time limit within which to admit complaints about domain names. Following the information provided by the CNNIC, we now know that the change to the … Read More

The dispute resolution policy which governs the domain has extended the term within which action may be taken from 2 to 3 years.

On March 2017, the new General Civil Chinese Law Rules extended the general limitation period for civil actions from 2 to 3 years. Since then, many recommendations have been made about the need to change the China Internet Network Information … Read More