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Howse Williams 何韋律師行 | Hong Kong | 30 Oct 2019

Hong Kong protests: employment issues

Since June 2019, Hong Kong has faced ongoing protest action. These protests were initially directed at the enactment of the Fugitive Offenders and


Ius Laboris | Hong Kong | 25 Sep 2019

Hong Kong - Protest protection

What are your responsibilities as an employer if your workers attend a protest rally? What if they are injured somehow on their way to work


Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer | Hong Kong | 16 Sep 2019

Political unrest and strikes in Hong Kong: What employers need to know

In the lead-up to the citywide walkout in Hong Kong on 5 August and in early September, we received a large number of questions from our clients in


Osborne Clarke | Hong Kong | 4 Sep 2019

Testing Times for Hong Kong Employers

Hong Kong is continuing to see large scale protests, involving people from all walks of life. We have also seen major companies, such as Cathay


Kingsley Napley | United Kingdom, Hong Kong | 6 Aug 2019

My view from afar on the Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong experienced a mass migration wave in the late 1980s where a considerable number of Hong Kong citizens relocated overseas. Much of this was


Gall | Hong Kong | 5 Aug 2019

Hong Kong Protests: Rights and Responsibilities of Employers

There has been much commentary (and confusion) in the news and on social media about employees’ absences from work due to andor in support of the


DLA Piper | Hong Kong | 5 Aug 2019

Employment issues arising out of the Hong Kong protests

On 16 June, some estimates suggest almost 2 million people marched in support of calls for the Hong Kong Government to withdraw its controversial


Hogan Lovells | Hong Kong | 4 Jul 2019

Hong Kong and the cauldron of compliance

It has been quite a time in Hong Kong. And the protests continue. But, is the recent political turmoil a symptom of bringing Hong Kong up to


6KBW | United Kingdom, China, European Union, etc. | 3 Jul 2019

Hong Kong: a lesson in extradition relations

One of the leading global news stories in recent weeks has been the protests in Hong Kong over the proposed extradition bill, which would allow for

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