Widespread public attention was previously focused on the case of a female Alibaba employee surnamed Zhou who claimed she had been sexually assaulted in a lengthy post to the company's internal messaging platform.
Xiaomi sued a blogger named "Long Er Pro" who had repeatedly and maliciously published inaccurate content, such as reports about Xiaomi TV burning and poor cell phone performance.
Chinese digital publisher Chinese Online (Tianjin) Cultural Development Co., Ltd. won 12 million yuan ($1.87 million) in damages in a copyright lawsuit against U.S. tech group Apple Inc.
Recently, a group of students from Beijing University of Chemical Technology and Donghua University have teamed up to take Apple to court because the company's new products no longer offer adapters.
Tencent recently sued a website's operating company for unfair competition and received 1.09 million yuan ($170,416) of compensation.
Tencent sued the operator of mayibangfu.com for 5 million yuan ($775,506) as the latter was suspected of organizing and inducing WeChat official accounts to click ads and trading WeChat accounts.
Hu Zijian, a former driver for Megvii Technology, threatened to sell recordings with sensitive information about the company to competitors in February, demanding $465,224 from Yin Qi, chairman of the company's board of directors.
A Tesla car owner took Tesla to court after buying a second-hand Model S from its official website without knowing the car had suffered a major traffic accident previously.
On Tuesday evening, Luckin Coffee issued three announcements. The first was that the company had entered into a binding agreement to settle its US securities class action lawsuit with the lead plaintiffs.
S&P Dow Jones Indices (S&P DJI) announced on Monday that Xiaomi is eligible to be included on indices again after it won a court ruling which temporarily lifted a US government investment ban in the Chinese smartphone maker.
On Jan. 31, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi announced to have sued the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Treasury Department in hopes to reverse the executive order that bars American capital in the company.
The lawsuit over the music copyright infringement of 72 songs between Alibaba Culture Media Co., Ltd. and Tencent was drawn to a court decision on Jan. 15, where Tencent paid 432,000 yuan in compensation to Alibaba.
Here is this week’s roundup of China innovation stories.