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Chinese court in Guangdong allows the use of WeChat and other social media records

In July 2018, the People’s Republic of China Nansha Court of Guangdong Free Trade Zone in Guangdong province issued the Internet Electronic Data Evidence Proof and Certification Procedures. The procedures allow records from social media communication to be submitted to the Nansha Court without notarisation. The procedures fall in accordance with the Civil Procedure Law…

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When courts in China may hold a director personally liable for their actions under criminal law and civil law

In its most recent newsletter, CONSULEGIS International Litigation & Arbitration Specialist Group presented an abbreviated overview of multiple jurisdictions’ legal views on when, based on company law, is a director is personally liable for their actions. Among the contributors to writing on the topic are five legal advisors from Horizons addressing Indonesia, Mongolia, Korea (DPRK), Russia and…

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When courts in Russia may hold a director personally liable for their actions under criminal and civil law

In its most recent newsletter, CONSULEGIS International Litigation & Arbitration Specialist Group presented an abbreviated overview of multiple jurisdictions’ legal views on when, based on company law, is a director is personally liable for their actions. Among the contributors to writing on the topic are five legal advisors from Horizons addressing Indonesia, Mongolia, Korea (DPRK), Russia and…

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When courts in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) may hold a company director personally liable for their actions under the law

In its most recent newsletter, CONSULEGIS International Litigation & Arbitration Specialist Group presented an abbreviated overview of multiple jurisdictions’ legal views on when, based on company law, is a director is personally liable for their actions. Among the contributors to writing on the topic are five legal advisors from Horizons addressing Indonesia, Mongolia, Korea (DPRK), Russia and…

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When Mongolian courts may hold a company director personally liable for their actions under criminal and civil law

In its forthcoming newsletter, CONSULEGIS International Litigation & Arbitration Specialist Group presents a series of short overviews of various jurisdictions legal views on when, based on company law, is a director personally liable for their actions. Among the contributors on the topic are five legal advisors from Horizons, addressing Indonesia, Mongolia, Korea (DPRK), Russia and China. In…

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