Date(s) - 23 Jul 2020
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Presented by Seyfarth
When: Thursday July 23rd, 2020
at 4.00pm China/HK time
The In-House Community is pleased to partner with Seyfarth*, for this exclusive and timely webinar addressing Covid-19 recovery planning and future workplace planning for Asia employers, designed specifically for in-house counsel in the Asia region, with a particular focus on Hong Kong S.A.R. and Mainland China. The c.60 minute webinar will address:
- Immediate obligations arising from Covid-19: – health and time off, and returning to work;
- Recovery planning for employees;
- Horizon planning: – year-end, compensation, rebalancing of remuneration, redundancies;
- Changes to the workplace going forward.
*Wong, Wan & Partners in association with Seyfarth
Julia Gorham Partner, International Employment Law – helps companies make decisions that are right for them by bringing a pragmatic and textured understanding of the legal, regulatory compliance, and governance environment in which they operate.
Julia has in-house experience as counsel for a US investment bank in APAC (litigation, investigations, and employment law), as well as in numerous in-house secondments. Julia gained her experience in leading private practice firms, both in EMEA and APAC.
Wan Li Partner, International Employment Law and Corporate – a multinational legal practitioner with good sense of different cultures, markets, and laws. He assists Chinese and foreign clients in a broad range of cross-border corporate transactions, as well as investment, employment, and dispute resolution matters.
Wan Li has successfully helped many domestic and foreign investors by bridging the gap between different cultures and knowledge of doing business in China and overseas.
Paul Cutrone Partner, International Employment Law – focuses on prevention and learning, but equally understands the importance of responding when a crisis occurs.
Paul assists clients with their health, safety, and environment legal risks and impacts. This includes working with clients to identify opportunities to proactively manage challenges, as well as being responsive to a crisis and minimising the consequences. Paul is a sought-after advisor to a number of the world’s largest companies.