American Patents LLC v. Mediatek, Inc. et al

Western District of Texas, txwd-6:2018-cv-00339

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EXHIBIT G 1/30/2019 Case 6:18-cv-00339-ADA Document HCCH 44-10| Details Filed 01/31/19 Page 2 of 4 DETAILS China - Central Authority & practical information Central Authority(ies): Ministry of Justice, Department of Judicial Assistance and Cooperation, Division of Judicial Assistance Contact details: Address: International Legal Cooperation Center (ILCC) Ministry of Justice of China 33, Pinganli Xidajie Xicheng District BEIJING 100035 People's Republic of China Telephone: +86 (10) 5560 4537 Fax: +86 (10) 5560 4538 E-mail: - General website: Contact person: Ms LI Zhiying E-mail: Languages spoken by sta: Chinese, English Practical Information: (The following information was provided by the relevant State authorities or was obtained from the replies to the 2003 Service Convention Questionnaire) Guide to lling out the The Guide is available here. Model Form, and FAQs The FAQs are available here. (drawn up by the Chinese Ministry of Justice): Forwarding authorities The Ministry of Justice, Higher People's Court and ve province authorities: Beijing, Shanghai, (Art. 3(1)): Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Guangdong. 1/3 1/30/2019 Case 6:18-cv-00339-ADA Document HCCH 44-10| Details Filed 01/31/19 Page 3 of 4 Methods of service Formal Service (Art. 5(1)(a)) (Art. 5(1)(2)): The Central Authority of China refers the document to the competent court. The court will serve the document directly to the addressee or the person who is entitled to receive the document. Where direct service is impracticable in some cases, other methods may be employed in accordance with the Civil Procedure Law. Informal delivery (Art. 5(2)) There is no such method in the Chinese domestic law, and the addressee may refuse to accept it in any case. Service by a particular method (Art. 5(1)(b)) In such cases, the Central Authority of China forwards the documents to the competent court. The competent court may execute the service to the extent not contrary to Chinese domestic law. Translation requirements According to the Civil Procedure Law of the People's Republic of China, service requested within (Art. 5(3)): the meaning of Art. 5(1) of the Convention requires that all documents and evidence to be served must be written in Chinese or that a translation in Chinese be attached thereto, unless there are contrary prescriptions in the mutual treaties between China and other Contracting States of the Hague Convention. Costs relating to Charges are incurred on a reciprocal basis and at the equivalent amount. execution of the request for service (Art. 12): Time for execution of Within three to four months. request: Oppositions and Click here to read all the declarations and reservations made by China under this Convention. declarations (Art. 21(2)): Art. 8(2): Opposition Art. 10(a): Opposition Art. 10(b): Opposition Art. 10(c): Opposition Art. 15(2): Declaration of applicability Art. 16(3): Declaration of applicability Derogatory channels (bilateral or multilateral agreements or internal law permitting other transmission channels) (Arts. 11, 19, 24 and 25) Disclaimer: Information may not be complete or fully updated – please contact the relevant authorities to verify this information. Useful links: 2/3 1/30/2019 Case 6:18-cv-00339-ADA Document HCCH 44-10| Details Filed 01/31/19 Page 4 of 4 (This page was last updated on 27 June 2018) Conventions (incl. Protocols and Principles) Convention of 15 November 1965 on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters [14] 3/3