- Employment & Benefits
- Employee Benefits
- Executive Compensation
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Employment Litigation & Counseling
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|Contact Info||Telephone: +852 2843 4233|
Fax: +852 2103 5070
|Education||Queensland University of Technology (Bachelor of Business, Accountancy, 1997); Queensland University of Technology (LL.B., 1997); Queensland University of Technology (LL.M., 2002)|
|Admitted||1999, Australia, Queensland; 2005, Hong Kong|
ANREV Human Resources Committee
Global Forum for Cross-Border Human Resource experts (XBHR)
Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management
Employers Federation of Hong Kong
Australian Chamber (Hong Kong & Macau) - People Forum
LexisNexis Practical Guidance Consulting Editorial Board
|Languages||English; Cantonese; Chiu Chow|
He gave us excellent advice, and is highly recommended by other in house lawyers with expertise in employment.
Legal Corporate Counsel of a leading recruitment and staffing company
Hong Tran is a partner of Mayer Brown JSM. He advises employers on compliance with employment, discrimination and privacy legislation. He also advises on strategic labour force issues including the structure of employment relationships; risk management in the employment and discrimination context; the introduction of changes to employment arrangements; and recruitment, disciplinary and termination issues. He is experienced in handling employment disputes, discrimination and privacy complaints/issues. Hong speaks English, Cantonese and ChiuChow dialect. He has been named a Leading AsiaLaw Labour & Employment Lawyer by the Asia Law & Practice Survey (2008). He was also named as one of the pre-eminent practitioners in the world and one of the world's leading lawyers by Guide to the World's Leading Labour & Employment Lawyers (2011).
Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com
Sign o’ the Times - When Paternity Leave Gets Politicised
Duncan A. W. Abate,Anita W. C. Lam,Hong Tran, September 19, 2014
Our update “A Spotlight on Fathers - the Arrival of Paternity Leave” in March 2014 referred to the imminent arrival of legislation to introduce three days’ paternity leave in Hong Kong. This proposal was greeted with unanimous acclaim and was considered to be a balanced, and...
One Servant, Two Masters, Same Service?
Duncan A. W. Abate,Anita W. C. Lam,Hong Tran, August 25, 2014
According to the results of a recent survey, Hong Kong tops the poll on places that are using contingent workers in 2014, followed closely by the United States. Contingent workers could be temporary employees, secondees and outsourced workers, employed or supplied by companies to work for either a...
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