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Immigration law in Hong Kong 香港移民法
Our Hong Kong office provides high quality and cost-effective immigration advice to businesses and individuals.
Tax and reward schemes in Hong Kong 香港稅務及獎賞計劃
As one of the leading employment and reward practices in Hong Kong, our office offers a comprehensive and commercially effective legal service to support the implementation of employee reward schemes in Hong Kong.
Employment law in Hong Kong 香港僱傭法
Employment is a central focus of our business and we advise Hong Kong clients and multinationals of all sizes on their employment law needs.
Litigation in Hong Kong 香港訴訟
Contentious disputes can have wide-reaching implications for businesses and individuals and need to be dealt with swiftly and effectively to mitigate the risk of financial or reputational harm.
Intellectual Property law in Hong Kong 香港知識產權“法
Lewis Silkin supports multinationals on the full range of IP law issues both in Hong Kong and across Asia Pacific. Our locally licenced Hong Kong office offers high quality and cost-effective IP, data and commercial law support in both Hong Kong and across the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.
Immigration law across APAC 亞太區移民法
Our Hong Kong office offers high quality and cost-effective global mobility and immigration support across the APAC region.
Lewis Silkin’s comprehensive HR service WORKSPHERE provides a holistic solution for all your people needs.
Employment law across APAC 亞太區僱傭法
Our Hong Kong office offers a high quality and cost-effective service for all employment law needs across Asia Pacific.
Asia Pacific 亞太區
We have been operating in the Asia Pacific for many years, working with our clients as they expand and develop their businesses in the region, and as they seek to do business in Europe and the UK.
Contrôle des investissements étrangers au Royaume Uni20 June 2018
Le Royaume Uni a l’un des régimes les moins restrictifs du monde en matière de contrôle des investissements étrangers. A la veille du Brexit et alors que les investissements étrangers reculent, ce régime va faire l’objet d’une transformation profonde.
Brexit: plus ça change…..20 March 2018
Enfin une bonne nouvelle pour les entreprises dans le contexte déprimant du Brexit. Le Royaume Uni et l’Union Européenne ont (presque) finalisé les termes de l’accord de divorce et auraient trouvé un accord sur les termes d’une période de transition.
Joanna Hunt writes for HR Zone: How is the gender pay gap impacting the migrant female workforce?20 April 2018
In an article for HR Zone, Joanna Hunt discusses what the results of gender pay gap reporting mean for employers and workers of both genders, and more importantly what we can do about it.
What are zero-hours contracts?05 August 2013
In a BBC article, Michael Burd discusses the benefits of zero-hour contracts and why employers choose to use them.
Zero-hours work ‘equals a happy work-life balance’26 November 2013
In a Times article, Lewis Silkin has been mentioned regarding the survey conducted in conjunction with the CIPD on zero-hours contracts.
Zero-hours contracts – tackling avoidance19 March 2015
Over the past year, zero-hours contracts have never been far from the headlines and, in the run up to the general election, it seems this issue will continue to be a hot political topic.
Employment lawyers react to Labour's zero-hour proposals07 April 2015
Colin Leckey has been quoted in HR Magazine on Labour's recent zero-hour proposals.
Labour's zero hours clampdown highlights lack of data07 April 2015
In a Financial Times article, Colin Leckey comments on the recent Labour proposal to clamp down on zero-hours contracts.
There are bigger employment issues than zero-hours contracts07 April 2015
Colin Leckey comments in an article by Solicitors Journal on the recent Labour zero-hours proposals.
Perspectives on proposed reforms on the use of ‘zero hours contracts’07 April 2015
Colin Leckey is quoted by The HR Director on the recently proposed Labour zero-hours contracts.
Zero-hours contract ban may hit jobs but benefit agencies07 April 2015
In an article for Recruiter Magazine, Colin Leckey comments on the Labour Party proposals to end zero-hour contracts.