While working in Shanghai, one thing I was always hungry for was new resources for Chinese legal research. It never seemed as if there was one place that I could I locate everything I needed. WestLaw and Lexis (I was unpaid and receiving academic credit), are mostly useless for Chinese law and commentary aside from a handful of law review articles. A lot of the best information is scattered across blogs and law firm's websites. Every so often, when the exigencies of the day have resulted in a deficit of time for proper posting, I'll be linking to a helpful tool and placing a permanent link to the information on the right of the page.
A very helpful site was setup by the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China, dubbed "Invest in China." The site contains English translation of laws related to foreign investment into China, news, statistics, suggestions, etc. The real jewel of the site is English translations of judicial decisions. They're old, they're anonymous, and they're predominantly from CIETAC Arbitration, but any sort of perspective into the Chinese judicial process is valuable.