Singapore: Breakfast briefing – Launch of multi-jurisdictional business transfers – employee issues guide

Date: Tuesday 25 February 2014

Time: 9.00am – 10.00am (Breakfast served from 8.30am)

Venue: 50 Raffles Place, #24-01 Singapore Land Tower, Singapore, 048623
Please click here to register.

Employment law issues, if not considered early in the strategy for a multi-jurisdictional business acquisition or an outsourcing deal, can give rise to significant avoidable costs and delay if issues are not spotted and resolved in advance. Knowing where the employment law hotspots are will help you to minimise delay, costs and civil and criminal liabilities.

We invite you to join a discussion with our transactional and employment lawyers who will share their top tips for managing employee transfers in multi-jurisdictional transactions, and to receive a copy of our new guide on managing these issues.

The discussion will focus on:

  • key dos and don’ts when transferring employees in various different parts of the world,
  • key work-arounds in particularly problematic jurisdictions, and
  • mistakes we have seen commonly made and the serious consequences they have had.

Panellists:

Steve Smith (Chair), Partner, Employment law

Nicola Yeomans, Partner, M&A specialist

Fatim Jumabhoy, Senior Associate, Employment law

Rodney Edgerton, Senior Associate, M&A specialist

Please register as soon as possible, as places are limited.

 


Disclaimer

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP is licensed to operate as a foreign law practice in Singapore. Where advice on Singapore law is required, we will refer the matter to and work with licensed Singapore law practices where necessary.

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