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International Employment Law 2014

Released on: Jun. 24, 2014
Running Time: 06:14:22

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:03:20] Corporate Counsel Roundtable: Key Problems Facing International Employers Ingrid Busson-Hall ~ Executive Director, Legal and Compliance, Morgan Stanley
Daniel Fisher ~ Senior Vice President, Head of Human Resources, Munich Reinsurance America, Inc.
John W. Hamlin ~ Chief Employment Counsel, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Orrie Dinstein ~ Global Privacy Leader, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Philip M. Berkowitz ~ Littler Mendelson P.C.
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[01:01:39] International Compensation Challenges Timon Grau ~ Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Solon De Almeida Cunha ~ Machado, Meyer, Sendacz Opice Advogados
Roselyn S. Sands ~ Dual Qualified Attorney at Law U.S. & France - Labor & Employment Law Group Leader, EY Societe d' Avocats
Wendi S. Lazar ~ Outten & Golden LLP
Silvia Bauza ~ Gomez-Acebo & Pombo Abogados, S.L.P
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[01:03:14] Dangerous Assignments: How to Prepare and What to Do When Danger Strikes John J. Imhoff ~ Director, Global Security, Ernst & Young, LLP
Michael A. Sirgado ~ Associate General Counsel, Citigroup Inc
Louise Patry ~ Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP
Donald C. Dowling, Jr. ~ White & Case LLP
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[00:59:04] Global Mobility: Limits and Regulations Johan Lubbe ~ Littler Mendelson P.C.
Bettina Bender ~ CM Murray LLP
T.M.J. (Dorothe) Smits ~ Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Shalini Agarwal ~ In Se Legal
Hideki Thurgood Kano ~ Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
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[00:58:33] Trade Secrets and Cross-Border Restrictive Covenants Anders Etgen Reitz ~ Advokat, Partner, IUNO
Eva Knipschild ~ Kennedy Van der Laan
Ronnie Neville ~ Mason Hayes & Curran
Mercedes Balado Bevilacqua ~ MBB Abogoados
Gary R. Siniscalco ~ Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
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[01:00:10] Ethical Challenges Encountered in Cross-Border Investigations Juan Carlos Varela ~ Juan Carlos Varela y Asociados
Martin L. Schmelkin ~ Managing Director and Associate General Counsel, Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Philip N. Storm ~ Littler Mendelson P.C.
Xiaolin Zhou ~ Jun He Law Offices LLC
Gerlind Wisskirchen ~ CMS Hasche Sigle
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Employment law is no longer a local issue. Multinational employers must grapple with often conflicting standards for hiring, retaining, disciplining, and terminating employees. The issues are all the more challenging today, as employment laws, corruption laws, and whistleblower laws, from the U.S. and overseas, impose standards of conduct across borders.

This program brings together highly experienced and sophisticated practitioners, in-house counsel, and senior human resources executives from around the world. They will present in a practical way, how best to advise the multinational employer in these critical issues.

Lecture Topics 
[Total time 06:14:22]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Opening Remarks and Introduction* [00:08:22]
    Philip M. Berkowitz
  • Corporate Counsel Roundtable: Key Problems Facing International Employers [01:03:20]
    John W. Hamlin, Philip M. Berkowitz, Daniel Fisher, Orrie Dinstein, Ingrid Busson-Hall
  • International Compensation Challenges [01:01:39]
    Silvia Bauza, Solon De Almeida Cunha, Timon Grau, Wendi S. Lazar, Roselyn S. Sands
  • Dangerous Assignments: How to Prepare and What to Do When Danger Strikes [01:03:14]
    Donald C. Dowling, Jr., Louise Patry, John J. Imhoff, Michael A. Sirgado
  • Global Mobility: Limits and Regulations [00:59:04]
    Johan Lubbe, Shalini Agarwal, Bettina Bender, Hideki Thurgood Kano, T.M.J. (Dorothe) Smits
  • Trade Secrets and Cross-Border Restrictive Covenants [00:58:33]
    Gary R. Siniscalco, Eva Knipschild, Ronnie Neville, Anders Etgen Reitz, Mercedes Balado Bevilacqua
  • Ethical Challenges Encountered in Cross-Border Investigations [01:00:10]
    Juan Carlos Varela, Xiaolin Zhou, Gerlind Wisskirchen, Martin L. Schmelkin, Philip N. Storm

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • Philip M. Berkowitz & Trent M. Sutton, International Labor and Employment Law, Ch. 21, International Corporate Practice: A Practitioner’s Guide to Global Success (Carole L. Basri ed.) (Feb. 2014)
    Philip M. Berkowitz
  • Differences in Key Compensation Issues in Europe
    Roselyn S. Sands
  • Incentive Compensation in Brazil
    Solon De Almeida Cunha
  • New EU Rules on Bankers’ Pay (Including the Bonus Cap) and Their Implementation in Germany
    Timon Grau
  • U.S. Compensation Issues and Trends
    Wendi S. Lazar
  • White & Case, Global Workplace Health and Safety Compliance: From the “Micro” (Protecting the Individual Traveler) to the “Macro” (Protecting the International Workforce) (March 2011)
    Donald C. Dowling, Jr.
  • The Seconded Employee/Managing Expatriates on Assignment
    Louise Patry
  • Global Mobility: Limits and Regulations
    Bettina Bender, Johan Lubbe, Shalini Agarwal
  • Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, Guarding Trade Secrets, Ch. 9, Employment Law Yearbook 2014 (2014)
    Gary R. Siniscalco
  • Ronald J. Gilson, The Legal Infrastructure of High Technology Industrial Districts: Silicon Valley, Route 128, and Covenants Not to Compete, 74 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 575 (June 1999)
    Gary R. Siniscalco
  • The Snowden Effect: Is There Any Security Anymore?
    Mercedes Balado Bevilacqua
  • The Non-Competition Clause under Dutch Law
    Eva Knipschild
  • Trade Secrets and Cross-Border Restrictive Covenants
    Ronnie Neville
  • Cross-Border Employment and Global Mobility Issues in Europe and Latin America: A Closer Look at International Assignments
    Anders Etgen Reitz
  • Ethical Considerations Raised by the Attorney-Client Privilege and Discovery in Cross-Border Investigations
    Edward C. O'Callaghan
  • Juan Carlos Varela, Geida D. Sanlate & Daniela Sedes, Brazil’s New Anti-Corruption Law: What Every Multinational Employer Should Know (Aug. 22, 2013)
    Juan Carlos Varela
  • Corporate “Wrongful Conduct” Investigations: Conducting Cross-Border Investigations
    Gerlind Wisskirchen

Presentation Material

  • International Compensation Challenges
    Solon De Almeida Cunha
  • International Compensation Challenges
    Roselyn S. Sands
  • Dangerous Assignments: How to Prepare and What to Do When Danger Strikes
    John J. Imhoff
  • Dangerous Assignments: How to Prepare and What to Do When Danger Strikes
    Donald C. Dowling, Jr., Louise Patry, John J. Imhoff, Michael A. Sirgado
  • Global Mobility: Limits and Regulations
    Johan Lubbe, Shalini Agarwal, Bettina Bender, Hideki Thurgood Kano, T.M.J. (Dorothe) Smits
  • Trade Secrets and Cross-Border Restrictive Covenants
    Gary R. Siniscalco, Eva Knipschild, Ronnie Neville, Anders Etgen Reitz, Mercedes Balado Bevilacqua
  • Trade Secrets and Cross-Border Restrictive Covenants
    Gary R. Siniscalco, Eva Knipschild, Ronnie Neville, Anders Etgen Reitz, Mercedes Balado Bevilacqua
  • Trade Secrets and Cross-Border Restrictive Covenants
    Ronnie Neville
  • Ethical Challenges Encountered in Cross-Border Investigations
    Juan Carlos Varela, Xiaolin Zhou, Gerlind Wisskirchen, Martin L. Schmelkin, Philip N. Storm
Chairperson(s)
Philip M. Berkowitz ~ Littler Mendelson P.C.
Moderator(s)
Donald C. Dowling, Jr. ~ White & Case LLP
Johan Lubbe ~ Littler Mendelson P.C.
Roselyn S. Sands ~ Dual Qualified Attorney at Law U.S. & France - Labor & Employment Law Group Leader, EY Societe d' Avocats
Gary R. Siniscalco ~ Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Philip N. Storm ~ Littler Mendelson P.C.
Speaker(s)
Shalini Agarwal ~ In Se Legal
Silvia Bauza ~ Gomez-Acebo & Pombo Abogados, S.L.P
Bettina Bender ~ CM Murray LLP
Ingrid Busson-Hall ~ Executive Director, Legal and Compliance, Morgan Stanley
Solon De Almeida Cunha ~ Machado, Meyer, Sendacz Opice Advogados
Orrie Dinstein ~ Global Privacy Leader, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Daniel Fisher ~ Senior Vice President, Head of Human Resources, Munich Reinsurance America, Inc.
Timon Grau ~ Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
John W. Hamlin ~ Chief Employment Counsel, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
John J. Imhoff ~ Director, Global Security, Ernst & Young, LLP
Hideki Thurgood Kano ~ Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
Eva Knipschild ~ Kennedy Van der Laan
Wendi S. Lazar ~ Outten & Golden LLP
Ronnie Neville ~ Mason Hayes & Curran
Louise Patry ~ Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP
Anders Etgen Reitz ~ Advokat, Partner, IUNO
Martin L. Schmelkin ~ Managing Director and Associate General Counsel, Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Michael A. Sirgado ~ Associate General Counsel, Citigroup Inc
T.M.J. (Dorothe) Smits ~ Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Juan Carlos Varela ~ Juan Carlos Varela y Asociados
Gerlind Wisskirchen ~ CMS Hasche Sigle
Xiaolin Zhou ~ Jun He Law Offices LLC

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