On September 7th, 2011, an antitrust litigation against Taiyuan Railway Bureau was brought to Taiyuan Xinghualing Court on the ground that Taiyuan Railway Bureau violated Anti-monopoly Law and Unfair Competition Law of PRC by its administrative omission.

The trigger for this lawsuit lands on the claim that Taiyuan Railway Bureau (“A” hereinafter) has not responded to the application from Shanxi transport Group Co., Ltd, (“B” hereinafter) of additional tickets outlet, in spite that B has been applying for the authorization since 2007.

According to the case description presented by B in the Indictment, the key points decisive to the case analysis are summarized as follow by sequence number:Continue Reading Taiyuan Railway Bureau is Sued by Private Enterprises Alleged Monopoly

This article is written by  Kate Chan, the Senior Foreign Counsel of Grandall Legal Group with Contribution from Dr. Zhan Hao.

This article summarises the time limits that are relevant to the exercise of rights and defences by property insurers in claim-related disputes and in the claim process generally.  Continue Reading Time Limits in Property Insurance Litigation in the People’s Republic of China