Employment Law: Breach of Confidence & Post Termination Restrictions – Friday 14th January 2022, 3pm to 5.30pm
Both Earl and Adam will discuss their own first-hand experience when advising clients/businesses on how to protect themselves following the departure of key personnel via restrictive covenants and their expert knowledge on the laws of confidence.
|Date:||Friday 14th January 2022|
|Time:||3.00pm – 5.30pm|
|CPD Points:||2 Law Society CPD points have been awarded|
|Cost:||Free of charge|
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|Earl was called to the Bar in 2008 and has a strong civil practice which sees him regularly handling matters relating to employment law.
He is recognised as one of the few specialist Junior Counsel in Hong Kong owing to his significant trial and advisory experience relating to matters regarding discrimination, constructive dismissal, professional negligence, misconduct and immigration-related employment issues.
Owing to his stand-out practice, Earl has ranked as a ‘Recommended Junior Counsel’ in Doyle’s Guide 2021 for Leading Employment & Labour Law Barristers, and a ‘Leading Junior’ in Legal 500 2021 for Labour & Employment where it states that “He is widely acknowledged for being one of the outstanding juniors in employment law and commercial law and perceived as a formidable opponent by the opposing side.”
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|Adam initially qualified in London in 2004, then moved to Hong Kong in 2008 to join a leading local firm and qualified as a solicitor in Hong Kong shortly afterwards.
Adam acts for both employers and employees in connection with a wide range of issues. These include: employee transfers and team moves; corporate transaction support; large-scale and cross-border terminations; protection of trade secrets and confidential information; compensation and benefits; employment of contingent workers and independent contractors; data privacy; shareholder disputes; discrimination; and business immigration.
Adam works with clients – whether employer or employee – on their claims in the Hong Kong Labour Tribunal and in investigations by the Labour Department. He also represents clients in connection with District Court and High Court litigation.
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