Cases In Civil Law Jurisdictions: Practical Insights From Judges And Experts

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April 6, 2016 @ 5:45 PM - 7:45 PM

Seminar Summary | 研讨会摘要

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Recommended Reading:

  • Ninon Colneric, Guiding by Cases in a Legal System Without Binding Precedent: The German Example, STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, June 19, 2013, https://cgc.law.stanford.edu/commentaries/7-judge-colneric.
  • 《深圳市斯瑞曼精细化工有限公司诉深圳市坑梓自来水有限公司、深圳市康泰蓝水处理设备有限公司侵害发明专利权纠纷案》(Shenzhen Siruiman Fine Chemicals Co., Ltd. v. Shenzhen Kengzi Water Supply Co., Ltd. and Shenzhen Kangtailan Water Treatment Equipment Co., Ltd., An Invention Patent Infringement Dispute), STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, English Guiding Case (EGC20), Feb. 4, 2014 Edition, https://cgc.law.stanford.edu/guiding-cases/guiding-case-20.
  • 黄蕙芳 (HUANG Huifang), 台湾刑事案例制度与中华人民共和国指导性案例制度的发展方向 (Taiwan’s Criminal Case System and the Development Direction of the Guiding Cases System in the People’s Republic of China), 斯坦福法学院中国指导性案例项目 (STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT), Aug. 25, 2014, https://cgc.law.stanford.edu/commentaries/11-huang-huifang.
  • Mei Gechlik, Analytics of 52 Guiding Cases Selected by the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China, STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, Guiding Cases Analytics™, Issue No. 4, May 2015, https://cgc.law.stanford.edu/guiding-cases-analytics/.
  • 《最高人民法院关于案例指导工作的规定》 (Provisions of the Supreme People’s Court Concerning Work on Case Guidance), passed by the Adjudication Committee of the Supreme People’s Court on Nov. 15, 2010, issued on and effective as of Nov. 26, 2010, STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, English Guiding Cases Rules, June 12, 2015 Edition, http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/guiding- cases-rules/20101126-english/.
  • 《〈最高人民法院关于案例指导工作的规定〉实施细则》(Detailed Implementing Rules on the “Provisions of the Supreme People’s Court Concerning Work on Case Guidance”), passed by the Adjudication Committee of the Supreme People’s Court on Apr. 27, 2015, issued on and effective as of May 13, 2015, STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, English Guiding Cases Rules, June 12, 2015 Edition, http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/guiding-cases-rules/20150513-english/.
  • Toshiaki Iimura, Ryu Takabayashi, and Christoph Rademacher, The Binding Nature of Court Decisions in Japan’s Civil Law System, STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, June 30, 2015, https://cgc.law.stanford.edu/commentaries/14-Iimura-Takabayashi-Rademacher.
  • The Role of ‘Precedents’/Guiding Cases in the Effective Application, Interpretation, and Implementation of Law: Comparative Experiences from China, Japan, Kenya, and the United States, STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, Event Summary, November 17, 2015, http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/event/20151117-world-bank-law-justice-and-development-week/.
  • Mei Gechlik, Minmin Zhang, and Liyi Ye, Cumulative Analysis of All Subsequent Cases Referring to Guiding Cases in China (2014 Q1-2015 Q4), STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, Guiding Cases Surveys™, Issue No. 2, Jan. 2016, http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/guiding-cases-surveys/.
  • Laurent Cohen-Tanugi, Case Law in a Legal System Without Binding Precedent: The French Example, STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, Feb. 29, 2016, http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/commentaries/17-Laurent-Cohen-Tanugi.
  • 吕太郎 (LÜ Tailang), 回顾台湾的判例制度、简议中国大陆的案例指导制度 (Review of Taiwan’s Precedent System and Brief Discussion of Mainland China’s Case Guidance System), 斯坦福法学院中国指导性案例项目 (STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT), Feb. 29, 2016, http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/commentaries/16-lv-tailang.
  • John M. Walker, Jr., The The Role of Precedent in the United States: How Do Precedents Lose Their Binding Effect?,  STANFORD LAW SCHOOL CHINA GUIDING CASES PROJECT, Feb. 29, 2016, http://cgc.law.stanford.edu/commentaries/15-John-Walker.

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Dr. Mei Gechlik, Founder and Director of the China Guiding Cases Project
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LE Yuxin, Former Visiting Judge, Shanghai Higher People’s Court; Former Deputy Judge, Shanghai Changning District Court; Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow, Washington College of Law, American University
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DING Xiaoyu, Judge, Tianjin Binhai New Area People’s Court; Ph.D. (law) candidate, University of International Business and Economics; Visiting Scholar, Columbia Law School
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HOU Yangkun, Associate Professor, School of Law, Beijing Institute of Technology; Visiting Scholar, Stanford Law School
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Amanda Yung-Ching Chang, Judge, Hsinchu District Court, Taiwan; Visiting Scholar, Stanford Law School
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Laurent Cohen-Tanugi, Founder and Managing Partner, Laurent Cohen-Tanugi Avocats, Paris; Visiting Lecturer, Stanford Law School
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April 6, 2016
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5:45 PM - 7:45 PM
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