An article and webinar series in cooperation with Baker & McKenzie LLP
For a company to expand its global footprint in a competitive marketplace it almost always requires engaging new employees on the ground. The risks and opportunities in structuring this employment relationship differ significantly around the world and intersect with other areas of law, including tax, corporate, compensation, and immigration. These issues must be considered holistically along with the company's business model and objectives in order to develop a sound market-entry strategy.
The faculty presenting this program will address those issues and more, providing jurisdictional-specific examples of pitfalls to avoid and practical solutions for expanding a technology business overseas.
• Understand best practices for engaging employees in foreign jurisdictions.
• Find out about the most significant risks to consider when expanding your global footprint.
• Learn tips for avoiding common mistakes made by companies expanding into new jurisdictions.
Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Corporate counsel including both generalists and attorneys specializing in corporate maintenance or with international expansion responsibilities; labor and employment attorneys; human resource professionals operating in more than one jurisdiction.
Program Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: A general understanding of international business.
CPE Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based Live
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Recommended CPE Credit: 1.0 credit
Anticipated CLE Credit: 1.0 credit
(may vary based on from which jurisdiction requested)
For additional information, please see the "CE Credit" tab.
The HR Certification Institute has pre-approved this activity for general recertification credit.
Moderator: Lothar Determann, Baker & McKenzie LLP; Susan F. Eandi, Baker & McKenzie LLP; Barbara Klementz, Baker & McKenzie LLP
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