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'How to Establish and Safe Guard Your Operations in China' Webinar Series, Part Two: Top Ten Labour Law Issues to Consider When Setting up An Entity in China
Having quality staff is essential for your business development. This is true when expanding into a new market and all the more so in a country with a unique business culture like China. The labour and employment laws in China are significantly different from British ones. The potential legal risks and the non-compliance costs are huge as Chinese labour law focuses on protecting employees. In this Webinar, we will help explore the top ten labour law issues that must be understood when setting up and managing an entity in China. We will also highlight the essentials that you must know from hiring to firing.

About Llinks Law Offices:

Llinks Law Offices is a leading PRC law firm with a nationwide and international practices specializing in cross-border transactions. We are renowned for providing high quality legal services and formulating innovative solutions to complex legal problems. We also strive to build a collegial team environment where the development of young lawyers is crucial to our future success. The firm’s professionalism and business expertise has been consistently recognized by numerous reputable national and international publications as a leading law firm, and has received the prestigious award of National Outstanding Law Firm in China.

Llinks Law Offices is headquartered in Shanghai with offices in Beijing, Hong Kong and London.

www.llinkslaw.com

Apr 2, 2020 9:30 AM in London

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Patrick Gu
Partner @Llinks Law Offices, Shanghai
Patrick graduated from the Law School of Fudan University China with an LL.B degree. He has in-depth knowledge and abundant practice experience gained from working for top-tier foreign and local Chinese law firms as well as Fortune 500 companies for more than a decade. Patrick frequently advises high-profile clients on execution of cross-border assignments and repatriations, mid- and senior-level employee dismissals, workforce redundancy, mass layoffs, employee transfer, employee integration arising from organizational restructurings, divestitures, spin-offs, mergers and acquisitions, as well as regularly representing clients in arbitrations and litigations. Patrick also worked as a labour disputes arbitrator at the Shanghai Municipal LabourArbitration Commission. Patrick is well known for providing constructive, practical and insightful legal advice and solutions to clients. Patrick was recommended as the leading labour lawyer by Legal Band and China Law & Practice in 2019.