世勤律師事務所 (Lewis Silkin) 提供專業僱傭法及移民法服務，於行內名聲顯赫，並獲全球權威《Who’s Who Legal》評為「年度最佳勞工、僱傭及退休金律師事務所」(Law Firm of the Year for Labour, Employment & Pensions)。
我們的香港事務所領有本地牌照，在本港及亞太 (APAC) 區提供質素優越、合符成本效益的僱傭及全球流動支援服務。
世勤香港事務所在2018年和2019年獲頒「麥卡倫亞洲法律公司香港法律大獎 (Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards)「年度移民法律師行」(Immigration Law Firm of the Year)；同時連續第三年入圍「年度勞工法及僱傭法律師行」(Labour and Employment Law Firm of the Year) 及「年度新崛起律師行」(Rising Law Firm of the Year)。
Lewis Silkin is highly renowned for employment and immigration law and has received global recognition with Who’s Who Legal awarding us ‘Law Firm of the Year for Labour, Employment & Pensions’.
Our locally licenced Hong Kong office offers high quality and cost-effective employment and global mobility support in both Hong Kong and across the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.
In Hong Kong we advise businesses and individuals on the full range of employment and immigration issues from the initial employment offer to departure and everything in between.
Additionally, many of our clients have an established or growing presence across the wider APAC region and need integrated support on employment and global mobility issues, which we are able to assist with by liasing with our locally qualified colleagues across the region.
Our Hong Kong office can also provide a first contact point for APAC-based businesses and individuals seeking advice on UK and European employment law and global mobility issues.
Our Hong Kong office won Immigration Law Firm of the Year in the 2018 Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards as well as being shortlisted for both the Labour and Employment Law Firm of the Year and Rising Law Firm of the Year categories for the second year running.
View our APAC employment law inbriefs below
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Catherine Leung and David Kong write for Hong Kong Lawyer: Hong Kong Employment Law Outlook for 202016 January 2020
Catherine Leung and David Kong have written an article for Hong Kong Lawyer on the employment law outlook for 2020 covering some of the significant changes to the employment-related legislation in Hong Kong.
Changes to Hong Kong tax concessions07 November 2019
The Inland Revenue (Amendment) (Tax Concessions) Bill 2019 was passed by the Legislative Council on 6 November 2019.
Hong Kong has taken another significant step towards equality of rights for same sex couples24 July 2019
The Court of Final Appeal (“CFA”), Hong Kong’s highest court, has ruled that it is unjustified indirect discrimination to refuse a male government employee access to spousal benefits for his husband and the ability to elect for joint assessment of salaries tax.
Kathryn Weaver speaking at Women in Leadership forum in Hong Kong24 October 2018
Kathryn Weaver, head of Lewis Silkin’s Hong Kong office, will be speaking at the Women in Leadership forum hosted by Elliott Scott, LinkedIn and Arcadia Consulting on Wednesday 14 November.
Kathryn Weaver comments for Law.com: Top Hong Kong Court Says Lesbian Couple Should Receive Spousal Visa05 July 2018
In an article for Law.com, Kathryn Weaver comments on Hong Kong's highest court's decision to grant spousal visas to same-sex couples.
Hong Kong - Working effectively across cultures11 June 2018
In our latest session for HR professionals in Hong Kong we will be joined by global cultural fluency expert Keith Warburton who helps multinationals operate more effectively across cultures and languages.
Alex Milner-Smith comments for Asian Legal Business: Dealing With the Data11 April 2018
In an article for Asian Legal Business Alex Milner-Smith discusses GDPR and how Asian companies are not ready for the approaching deadline.
The General Data Protection Regulation: What businesses in Asia Pacific need to know20 March 2018
Alexander Milner-Smith discusses key issues about the upcoming General Data Protection Regulations that businesses in Asia Pacific need to know.