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2022 年 1 月 17 日

Feature Article on China’s Personal Information Protection Law (6) – Processing Requirements for Sensitive Personal Information under the Personal Information Protection Law and Recommendations

Special Column - January 2022
2022 年 1 月 12 日

Feature Article on China’s Personal Information Protection Law (5) – Compliance Issues Concerning Enterprises’ Processing of Employee Personal Information under the Personal Information Protection Law (Mainland China)

Joyce Wen and Teresa Huang The PIPL as promulgated puts forward new requirements for the processing of employee personal information in the course of employment, and enterprises will also face compliance risks in the protection of personal information. This article seeks to sort out the highlights of the PIPL concerning an enterprise's processing of its employee personal information.
2022 年 1 月 1 日

Circular on the Further Prevention and Handling of the Speculation Risk in Virtual Currency Trading (Mainland China)

Joyce Wen This article aims to explain the new policy of virtual currency supervision, and clarify the virtual currency business activities that are illegal financial activities
2021 年 12 月 1 日

Provisions on the Establishment of a High-Level Intellectual Property Rights Protection System in the Pudong New Area of Shanghai (Mainland China)

Di Wu On October 28, 2021, the Standing Committee of the Shanghai Municipal People’s Congress announced that, pursuant to the basic principles of law and administrative regulations and the current state of the Pudong New Area, the 36th Session of […]
2021 年 12 月 1 日

Taiwan Fair Trade Commission’s Penalty on Digital Platform — the Foodpanda Case (Taiwan)

Aaron Chen & Sally Yang In September 2021, Fair Trade Commission fined food delivery platform Foodpanda NT$2 million for its improper restriction on trading counterparts’ business activity and restrain competition constituting a violation of Paragraph 5, Article 20 of the Fair Trade Act. This article analyzes noteworthy aspects of this case and raises issues worthy of further discussion from a private practice perspective.
2021 年 12 月 1 日

Judicial Interpretation No.810 (Indigenous Peoples Employment Payment in Government Procurement) proclaims unconstitutional Article 24, Paragraph 2 of the “Indigenous Peoples Employment Rights Protection Act”, and shall be amended within a 2 years; cases before such amendment shall be handled per this interpretation (Taiwan)

Elizabeth Pai and Jiselle Ong Judicial Interpretation No.810 proclaims unconstitutional Article 24, Paragraph 2 of the “Indigenous Peoples Employment Rights Protection Act” (Winning tenderer of government procurement with more than a hundred employees shall reimburse employment payment based on “the difference in the number of indigenous people required to be employed in meeting the workforce ratio requirement”), and shall be amended within a 2 years; cases before such amendment shall be handled per this interpretation.
2021 年 12 月 1 日

The Ministry of Economic Affairs adjusts restrictions on technical cooperation to Mainland China — Announce Draft Amendment to Articles 5 and 10 of the “Regulation on Permission for Investment or Technical Cooperation in Mainland China” (Taiwan)

Teresa Huang and Yuki Chiang The Ministry of Economic Affairs announced the draft amendment to Articles 5 and 10 of the Regulation on Permission for Investment or Technical Cooperation in Mainland China, adjusting the types of technical cooperation. In addition to delete the provisions requiring Taiwan individuals or entities to apply for prior trademark and copyright transferring approval, the draft included that “a shares transferring case in which its previous investment has been approved by the critical technical-groups convened by the competent authorities” shall apply for approval in advance.
2021 年 12 月 1 日

Supreme Court: Judges Participated in the Final Criminal Judgment shall recuse themselves from the case in Retrial Process (Taiwan)

Pei-Ching Ji、Tina Lee The Criminal Division of the Supreme Court has consulted and made a unified legal opinion approving a judge’s recusal from the retrial process of a case he/she had adjudicated before.
 

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