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Section of International Law: International Employment Law Committee

Section of International Law:
International Employment Law Committee


About the Committee




The ever evolving globalized workplace requires deep knowledge of human resources laws and practices around the world. The International Employment Law Committee provides a platform for thought leadership and expertise on key issues and developments in international employment law. In addition to traditional areas of focus, for example management of cross border human resources, overseas assignments, mergers and acquisitions, dismissals and litigation, the committee also works alongside other committees in areas such as data protection, immigration, bribery and corruption. This commitee seeks to demystify international employment laws around the world by helping attorneys, human resource specialists, and businesses better understand the employment law challenges they face when doing business outside the United States. Our experienced members are not only knowledgeable in the local laws but also teleconference monthly, publishes an informative newsletter quarterly, sponsors frequent panels at the Section's Fall and Winter meetings, and conducts periodic stand-alone webinars and teleconferences on hot international employment law topics.


What's New



Dear All,



I am delighted to share with you our 2013 Year in Review in matters


relating to Labour Law; our submission includes contributions from France,


Hong-Kong, Italy, Mexico, the People's Republic of China, Singapore, Spain,


the Gulf Cooperation Council Member States and the United Kingdom.



(See the uploaded file in Publications: ABA - Year In Review 2013.pdf)



Again, I would like to thank the contributors for their articles especially


given the short deadline!



Very warm wishes to all for the holidays and the New Year.



Kind regards,



Roselyn & Anna



Global Employment Law

We are the International Employment Law Committee committee.

Programs, Meetings and Events

Committee Events

Washington, DC 2013 Spring Meeting

April 23, 2013 - April 27, 2013
Join our committee programs:
Tue, 4/23, 2:20-3:50p: Ethical Red Flags in International Law Practice - Advising Clients and Protecting Your Reputation
Wed, 4/24, 9-10.30a: Déjà vu? The Immigration Debate After the US Election: Where Do We Go From Here?
Wed, 4/24, 2.30-4p: Social Media in the Workplace - Employer Interests vs. Employee Rights;
Wed, 4/24, 4.30-6p: Still Lost in the Clouds - Controlling Company Data on Employees' Personal Devices in the Age of Readily Available Cloud Storage
 
Section Events

    Law, Justice and Development Week 2014 (World Bank Global Forum)

    10/20/2014-10/24/2014

    LJD Week 2014 is a part of the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development (Global Forum) where the Section is a Founding and Intellectual Partner. In September 2014, a report on Sustainable Development Goals to guide the post-2015 agenda will be submitted to the UN General Assembly. LJD Week 2014 ...

    Section of International Law 2014 Fall Meeting

    10/21/2014-10/25/2014
    Hilton Buenos Aires
    Buenos Aires

    WHAT WILL ATTENDANCE AT THE 2014 FALL MEETING OFFER YOU?Over 70 substantive continuing legal education sessions with world-class speakers;Cutting edge programming on the latest international legal and ethics issues;Networking opportunities with counterparts, decision makers & potential clients from around ...

    58TH congress of the Union Internationale des Avoc

    10/29/2014-10/29/2014

    The event will be held on 10/29/2014. The format is In-Person. The event sponsor(s) are Section of International Law. The event has 0.00 CLE Credits .


Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Birtwistle, Anna
Sands, Roselyn

Vice-Chairs:

Berkowitz, Philip
Colquhoun, Helen
Fitzpatrick, Robert
Hultsch, Christina
Silver, Holly
Wright, William
Zipkin, Baba

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The International Employment Lawyer

Here you will find previous issues of the Committee's quarterly newsletter.
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Modified by Helen Colquhoun on October 21, 2014

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