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1 Answer | Asked in International Law on
Q: I'm a victim of a scam online. I know the identity of the scammer, he is from Canada, but I live in France. What to do?

I got scammed for a good amount of money. The problem is that the scammer doesn't live in the same country as I do. What would be the best and most efficient solution to sue him? I know his exact identity, street address, and country, and I have all the proofs I need, I just need to know the... Read more »

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Jingzhan Wang answered on Nov 9, 2017

Hire a lawyer from Canada to sue him or report to the police

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, International Law, Contracts and Appeals / Appellate Law on
Q: What is the law of international notarization?

Hello. My employer went to a Chinese notary public office to get our employment contract notarized, but the problem is, they won't unless I am there to personally sign it. I can't go there because I can't leave the country without authenticated contract (for exit clearance, notarization is the 1st... Read more »

Jingzhan Wang
Jingzhan Wang answered on Nov 9, 2017

Generally, all notary offices require personal assistance.

I'm a lawyer from China. If you need any help, contact me and I'll see if it's possible

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law on
Q: Can indian police or law arrest a chinese citizen in china?

Cosidering a person has said to done some crime in india, but the person is citizen of china, than can indian government take any charge against that chinese person?

Jingzhan Wang
Jingzhan Wang answered on Jul 20, 2017

what crime did the person do?

Q: Is it worth filing a patent in China?

I have a product idea and filed a Provisional Patent for it’s utility along with a couple different design patents. I am manufacturing in China, and had them sign NNN, however know that those don’t hold much weight in China along with patents. Is it worth spending thousands on a Chinese Patent?

Jingzhan Wang
Jingzhan Wang answered on Jul 19, 2017

I'm a Chinese Lawyer, there are laws protecting the patent in China, if you got the official certificate for your patent.

NNN agreement means non-use, non-disclosure, non-circumvention.

The key is that if you sign a NNN agreement, your right is arising from the contract, not the...
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3 Answers | Asked in Trademark for New York on
Q: Company from China is trying to trademark my brand. We have not yet filed mark, but are actively using for years. Ideas?

We have been selling a brand of ink and toner cartridges since January 2015. This year, a company from China decided to try and trademark our brand. We have never got around to filing the trademark as we were advised that it is not a requirement and that we still have full trademark rights if we... Read more »

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Jingzhan Wang answered on Jul 20, 2017

Report to the trademark office to stop their register. Or file a lawsuit to stop their using.

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2 Answers | Asked in International Law for New York on
Q: I'm going into a business relationship with a company overseas

- I'd like any dispute to be resolved through arbitration - do we do that through an international organization or can we do it in the US?

Jingzhan Wang
Jingzhan Wang answered on Jul 19, 2017

If you want any disputes to be resolved throuth arbitration, you can make an agreement with the contracting party, and include the arbitration clauses into the agreement.

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