China’s employment laws are complicated and highly local. Foreign companies doing business in China face complex China labor and employment issues and questions every day – often without even realizing it. What works in the United States has very little in common with what works in China. Employment compliance has become one of the most important issues foreign companies face in China and it is the rare foreign company that gets it right. Employee disputes are becoming considerably more common and government enforcement is getting significantly more stringent. It virtually always costs less for your company to deal proactively with China employment law issues than to wait to address them only after they have come a dispute. As such, it is imperative that you understand the framework of Chinese employment law and steps you can take to mitigate risk.
Thursday, December 7, 2017, 12:00 P.M. – 1:30 P.M.
Registration starts at 11:30 A.M.
Grace Yang – Harris Bricken, LLP, Seattle
Law & Legal Procedure: 1.50
Free for IPS members
$35 for non-IPS members
$18.75 for law students
Registration is open but space will be limited. We would appreciate hearing from you beforehand to ensure that enough seats are available.
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Section Representative contact information for this CLE:
Name: Leonid Kisselev
Firm: Cascadia Intellectual Property
Telephone #: (206) 381-3900