Hawksford is delighted to partner with leading international law firm, Simmons & Simmons, to present a seminar on handling cross-border employment relationships between Hong Kong and Mainland China.
The seminar will consider the employment law aspects of various scenarios, including:
A. Hong Kong companies without a presence in Mainland China:
a. Getting into the market – first steps:
B. Hong Kong companies with a presence in Mainland China:
a. Hiring locals and foreign nationals in China
b. Employees who split their time between Hong Kong and China:
C. Cross-border mobility: transfer of staff between China and Hong Kong
The seminar will consider the employment law, immigration and administrative consequences of the above scenarios and will be practical and solutions focused.
|Date:||27 November 2019|
|Time:||12:30 – 2:00 p.m.|
|Location:||30th Floor, One Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong|
|Cost:||Free of charge|
Anne is responsible for the French desk for Hawksford.A French qualified lawyer, Anne began her career in Luxembourg and France, practicing international tax and business law. She moved to China in 2012, working for Gide in Beijing and UGGC in Shanghai, assisting international businesses entering the Chinese market. In 2015, she reached Hong Kong, where she worked for Rosemont as Corporate Advisor, advising startups and SMEs doing business in Asia. In February 2019, Anne joined Hawksford team in Hong Kong, to support the Business Development of corporate services in Asia. After 7 years in the region, her personal expertise covers market entry analysis, business structuring, accounting, taxation and legal drafting, with a strong focus on Hong Kong and China.
Sarah specialises in advising clients on their most sensitive employment law matters, with particular focus on the financial institution and asset management sectors. Sarah is a partner in the Employment group in Hong Kong. She has extensive experience of advising on all aspects of the employment relationship, including employment contracts and staff handbooks, bonus and employee incentive arrangements, negotiated terminations, employment investigations (with a focus on #MeToo issues), employment disputes and claims, restrictive covenants and the employment aspects of data privacy.
Sarah is listed as a leading practitioner in Chambers Asia Pacific and Legal 500. Since joining Simmons & Simmons in 2001, Sarah has completed secondments with General Electric, UBS and a global financial institution.
Matthew is a partner in the Asia Employment Group. He is based in Shanghai, where he has lived and worked since 1999. He specialises in China employment matters and is well known for advising multi-national companies in this market. He is also well versed in related China issues, such as commercial contracts, data privacy and business protection.
He has extensive experience in handling the full range of employment issues faced by companies, including the people related issues arising from transactions and restructurings, as well as investigations work. His particular strength is assisting clients to navigate the specific complexities and requirements of the China legal environment within the context of their international framework and standards.
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