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Upcoming Workshop: Managing Labour and Employment Law in China

14 August 2015

In this workshop, the speakers will discuss the typical challenges and solutions when looking for and retaining new employees on the Chinese mainland. They will also share insight on how to better control the authority and power of employees of your Chinese operation to minimize risks to the employer’s operations, and the best practices when terminating employees in mainland China. While seats are limited, please register as soon as possible.

Details of the workshop are as follows:

Date:          26 August 2015 (Wednesday) Register

Time:          3:30pm-5:00pm

Language:  English (No simultaneous interpretation)

Venue:        HKTDC SME Centre (Ground Level, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong) Map

Enquiry:     (852) 1830 668

About the Speakers:

Mr. Thaddaeus Mueller, Director, Fiducia Management Consultants

Thaddaeus joined Fiducia Management Consultants in January 2005. Fiducia Management Consultants have been helping clients to successfully establish business operations in Greater China for over 30 years.

Thaddaeus' area of expertise is to find innovative solutions for clients seeking to establish their presence in Hong Kong or China. He evaluates situations and strategies to identify the right tools and services and is experienced in advising both SMEs and large companies from many different parts of the world. He manages Fiducia's Executive Search team in finding and placing high-level professionals for various industry leaders in Greater China and Asia.

Mr. Maarten Roos, Founder & Managing Director, R&P China Lawyers

Maarten established R&P China Lawyers in 2010. Headquartered in Shanghai with a liaison office in Beijing, the firm now has 25 Chinese and expatriate professionals who assist international clients all over China.

Maarten has practiced in Mainland China since 2002, and supports international businesses on legal issues in China. He has worked on numerous complex transactions including M&A deals, corporate restructuring and company liquidations, and frequently represents foreign clients in negotiations with Chinese business partners and government officials. Maarten serves on the supervisory board of the subsidiaries of more than a dozen multinational companies, has written extensively on Chinese law and practice, and is fluent in Chinese (Mandarin).