The Ministry of Justice has published the first typical cases on public legal services for epidemic prevention and enterprises' work resumption amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Ministry of Justice recently released a guideline calling on judicial administrative authorities at all levels to step up their effort to resolve disputes during and after the epidemic.
The Judicial Department of Beijing has been sticking to the rule of law throughout the period of epidemic prevention and control, providing strong legal support for the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak.
Chinese authorities have issued a guideline encouraging lawyers to provide more legal services for private enterprises to facilitate their production resumption amid the novel coronavirus disease outbreak.
With Spring Festival just around the corner, Yang Jin, a lawyer in North China's Hebei province, made a phone call to the mother of a 14-year-old boy named Xiao Mu, who had received Yang's legal aid in a medical dispute, to ask her about Xiao Mu's health condition and the needs of the family.
Travelers from overseas who make false health and travel declarations will be warned or fined and be given a black mark in Shanghai's social credit rating system.
China's Ministry of Justice has vowed to further promote public legal service platforms and let "people's mediation" play a basic role in a multi-pronged mechanism for conflict and dispute resolution, among its key tasks for judicial administration reform in 2020.
People infected with quarantinable infectious diseases or suspected epidemic victims who refuse to receive isolated observation or fail to truthfully fill out their health declaration forms at border checkpoints in China, could face criminal penalties
The Ministry of Justice has set up a cross-departmental leading group to take charge of consolidating resources for the building of China's public legal service system.
Hu Jinming, a lawyer based in Wuhan, the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak at the time, was about to go to bed when he received a WeChat message that immediately drove away his sleepiness.
Sangey Lhamo, 52, from the Tibet autonomous region, has dual identities: a lawyer with 30 years experience, and host of a popular video program educating the public on legal matters.
Judicial administrative authorities across Sichuan are exploring innovative ways to provide legal support for the fight against COVID-19.