"We cover the daily buzz in the legal community by providing information, resources and news on Indian law."
"The Web's first China business blog."
"Covers various legal issues related to Korean laws, providing articles, court rulings, legal news and commentaries on various fields of Korean law."
"Notes on justice system, legal profession, and legal education."
"A comprehensive news and analysis portal for Indian legal professionals." Posts focus on India legal news, including legal process outsourcing news.
The blog started out chronicling the life of two attorneys from Boulder, Colo., who tried out life in China for a year.
"The mission of this blog is to provide unique insights on patent law developments in at least the BRIC countries – Brazil, Russia, India and China. We say 'at least' because we intend to expand our discussions to other emerging market countries such as South Africa, Vietnam, South Korea, Singapore, Philippines, etc. Our emphasis will be primarily in the chemical and life sciences areas."
"Intended to provide insight and inspiration for businesspeople and professionals who want to connect with the basics of doing business in China."
This blog provides news, analysis and commentary on economic, business and regulatory issues in China and compliments a monthly magazine and growing library of technical business guides.
"Chinese law, business, and society blog, which contains analysis and commentary on practicing law and doing business with Chinese clients."
Commentary and analysis of law and business in China.
"The blog aims to provide access to information, news and events related to IP development in China."
Discusses business law in China and current events that affect companies dealing with China and other Asian countries.
Posts cover China business news and entertain with links to fish-out-of-water posts about being an American in China.
"Provides readers with updates in both English and Chinese on recent legal developments that concern business leaders, corporate counsel, and China watchers alike."
The goals of the blog are to facilitate communication between Chinese and foreign legal professionals by offering high-quality free translations of legal documents to and from Chinese; create a centralized platform for collaborative translation and for sharing existing translations to avoid duplicative efforts and reate a forum for discussing and standardizing translation of common terms.
"Dedicated to exposure and critical discussion of the friction, the instances where China and the United States turn to the rule of law to settle their differences, and where they express their more philosophical and policy concerns on trade. It is also intended to be a forum to address misunderstandings. At this site, manufacturers, exporters, officials, and other interested persons will be able to find essential information about active trade disputes between China and the United States, as well as insightful commentary on this particular trade relationship, and on international trade more generally."
Covers developments in Chinese law, especially related to American practitioners and the legal profession.
"A news, research and discussion platform for monitoring the evolution of communist and ex-communist countries to market economies."
"We aim to offer all of the latest developments we think are relevant to compliance professionals dealing with issues in financial regulation with a focus on the Asian region. Many of the articles are from the US and the UK because these are the principal locations that effect how firms operate in Asia outside of the regulator that is closest to your Asian operation."
"A blog on contract drafting from perspective of contract law of India."
Posts "track vital advancements in the legal domain and the constitutional design of India. The goal of the site is to make these and other resources available to those involved in the field of law."
Legal and political news, reports, analyses and court reports from East Timor.
"The purpose of this blog is to explore the business and legal culture of China. In 1881 Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. wrote, 'The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience.' Each time I read a U.S. court decision, Holmes' quote flashes through my mind. In China, the rule is the same, but the experience is different. Here's to broadening the experience."
"First of its kind website to monitor developments in India's gaming laws and urge for reforms in the archaic gaming laws prohibiting almost all forms of wagers."1 2 3 >