Along with China’s position as a global manufacturing power, many products manufactured in China are exported to foreign countries. But when these made-in-China products cause damages, pursuing the liabilities of the responsible parties is more and more becoming a matter of concern to foreign customers/purchasers and commercial insurance companies holding the subrogation right.
BUREN has contributed the China chapter to the Lexology/Getting The Deal Through Product Liability Guide.
In this comprehensive Q&A we will inform you about what you need to know if you want to pursue liabilities against the responsible parties in China and it gives you an insight into the sources of product liability law in China, including statutes and theories of liability, as well as evidentiary issues and damages in product liability litigation, covering pre-trial discovery and disclosure, evidence, compensatory damages and more.
To get the full (and free) publication, please send an email to Robin van Keeken.
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