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Employment & Immigration Law


Frédérique David

Harlay Avocats
83, Boulevard Haussmann

 +33 (0)1 45 01 45 01
 +33 (0)1 45 01 45 00


Trent Sutton

Littler Mendelson
900 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10022
United States


Jenny Tsin

WongPartnership LLP
12 Marina Boulevard,
Level 28 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3
Singapore 018982

 +65 64168000

John Stamper

The Bench
Creative Tower,
Fujairah Creative City
Fujairah, United Arab Emirates

 974 66446712

Indrani Lahiri

Kochhar & Co.
1120-21, 11th Floor, Tower A, DLF Towers,
Jasola District Centre
New Delhi 110025

 91 11 4111 5222
 91 11 4056 3813

Björn Otto

CMS Hasche Sigle Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten und Steuerberatern mbB
Kranhaus 1
Im Zollhafen 18

 49-221 7716 195
 49-221 7716 252

Christine Chen

Winkler Partners
12F No. 86 Chnogcing South Road
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The Employment & Immigration Committee

In this global economy where companies transact business across international borders and employ multi-national workforces, employment and immigration issues have become more complex and compelling. Regardless of one's area of specialization, one is bound to confront employment and immigration issues: for example, a transactional lawyer advising a client on doing business in a foreign country or an environmental lawyer hired to develop a major construction project overseas will be remiss not to counsel the client on employment law issues affecting its workforce.

The Employment & Immigration Committee provides a forum for its members to learn about legal developments in various jurisdictions. At the IPBA's annual conferences, the Committee invites distinguished lawyers from across the globe to present on relevant, cutting-edge topics. The upcoming conference in Seoul will focus on the interplay between protecting employee privacy and safeguarding trade secrets, a topic that is especially pertinent in today's economy.

With members from all over the world, the Committee also provides an avenue for members to network and exchange ideas.