Employment Seminar in Shanghai
Labor experts from Paul Hastings and NYU School of Law will lead a practical, timely discussion of government objectives with respect to the promotion of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions generally and the promotion of ACFTU-led collective wage bargaining among foreign-owned enterprises (FIEs) operating in China. FIEs need to be aware of the sources of wage pressure, the condition of the hukou system, and the evolution of the mediation-arbitration process in handling migrant worker claims. By having two professionals familiar with these issues, we will compare the U.S. and China situations surrounding unionization and collective bargaining issues as well provide key updates on China's new Social Insurance Laws and labor-related export issues.
VENUEPaul Hastings Shanghai Office35/F Park Place1601 Nanjing West RoadShanghai 200040PRC
SPEAKERSSamuel Estreicher, Professor at NYU School of Law and the firm's Of Counsel in New YorkGordon Feng, Chair of the firm's Employment Law Practice in Shanghai
DATEWednesday, May 30, 2012
TIME11:30 am to 12:00 pm (lunch)12:00 pm to 1:30 pm (seminar)
RSVP by Friday, May 25, 2012 to Irene Tan at
These seminars are part of Paul Hastings' ongoing seminar program aimed at addressing the various legal issues that Chinese and multinational corporations may face in today's economic environment.
ATTENDEESSenior Managers, In-House Counsel, Human Resources and Compliance Departments
LANGUAGEEnglish (No translation provided)
CLE qualifications pending approval for the following U.S. jurisdictions:- California- Georgia- Illinois- New York