Russell Bennett gives talk “Legal Insights On Employment Issues and Employee Moves”10Feb2017
Russell Bennett, Partner in Tanner De Witt’s Employment Practice, gave a talk on employment law entitled Legal Insights On Employment Issues and Employee Moves at the Hong Kong Club on Thursday 9 February. This event was well attended by labour industry professionals and topics covered include: termination provisions, notice periods and probation, deferred remuneration and bonuses and the enforcement of post-termination restrictions.
Chambers Asia Pacific 2017: Russell is best known for advising employees and employers in the financial sector on major employment disputes. He is described by one peer as “very commercial and sensible. If he’s on your side, you know things can be resolved.”
Asia Pacific Legal 500 2017 notes that: “Russell Bennett advised a listed company on pregnancy rights and discrimination in the context of termination of employment”. The 2016 Guide notes: “Co-head Russell Bennett has impressive in-house financial services experience.”
Asialaw 2017 notes: “Russell offers great expertise and has a confident and calm approach to resolving issues”.
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