Employment Matters - General

Effective, practical, and innovative advice in a comprehensive range of labor matters

Our Labor Law Practice Group provides effective, practical, and innovative advice in a comprehensive range of labor matters including human resources, employee benefits and compensation, tax, and other regulations. We advise on general corporate matters including those in connection with negotiations and communications with labor unions, employees, executives, and regulatory authorities; establishment or restructuring of benefits and compensation plans; and establishment or restructuring of businesses.

We work seamlessly with lawyers from all our Practice Groups to provide advice efficiently in matters that require experience in areas such as tax, intellectual property, and overseas jurisdictions. We assist with a wide range of complex business transactions, providing advice in respect of labor matters and helping to identify and address risks that involve multiple legal disciplines. These types of transactions include M&A, investments, restructurings and bankruptcies, and local and cross-border transactions.

Employment Matters - General:People

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Employment Matters - General:Seminars

Jun. 7, 2017MHM Seminars
CMHM Seminar "Key features and latest updates of the Labour Protection Act"

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Employment Matters - General:Publications

Magazine Article
"Basic Knowledge on Acceptance of and Q&A on Employment of Foreign Workers"
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"Lawyer's Selection: Important Court Decisions on Labor - Vol. 247: Iasis Case (Employment Status under the Labor Standards Act of a Store Worker Working Under a Contracting Agreement)"
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"Lawyer's Selection: Important Court Decisions on Labor - Vol. 244: Food Company "A" Case (Employee Who Was Employed Under the Hiring Quota for Persons with Disabilities)"
Magazine Article
"Legal FAQ Regarding Contracts, Shareholders Meetings, Personnel and Labor Management, the Antimonopoly Act, and Tourism"
Magazine Article
"Lawyer's Selection: Important Court Decisions on Labor - Vol. 235: The Case of "University A" (Salary Reduction Effected Following Recognition of Academic Harassment)"

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