How to fire a general manager of a Company in China?

I. Basic Facts and Legal Concepts in the Ongoing Case

Shanghai Jahwa Corporation, a listed public company in China, was not happy with its general manager in an internal corporate struggle, so Jahwa’s board of directors made a decision in May of 2014 to fire the general manager citing the manager’s personal responsibility for loopholes in Jahwa’s…

Never forget to add a clear liquidated damage clause in your business contracts with China

The world is now sourcing various products in and from China. You may be one of them.

Wherever you do business with China (I mean, Chinese businessmen), you need to sign a contract with your Chinese counterparts.

Unfortunately, as a new market economy where most businesses esp the small ones don't really know much about market, Chinese businesses don't take…

Previous CIETAC Shanghai now assured of its jurisdiction over arbitration cases after changing name

Many may be aware of the row between CIETAC Shanghai (now Shanghai International Arbitration Center) and CIETAC headquarter in Beijing.

For long, CIETAC Shanghai is operating as a branch office, and under the instructions of CIETAC headquartered in Beijing. But disputes erupted in 2012 when CIETAC revised its arbitration rules with CIETAC Shanghai claiming…