April 30, 2014 at 2:00 pm ET
Successful multinational companies are dependent upon the development of a team of ambitious and talented employees with a genuine international outlook. The development of such employees can help you establish a global presence, explore opportunities overseas and cement critical international business relationships.
However, there are a myriad of legal and practical challenges in managing international assignments. View this FREE webinar, presented by Matthew Howse and Nicholas Thomas, from Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, to learn the key considerations and best practices when assigning employees abroad.
Using scenarios and case studies to discuss common models for structuring international assignments this webinar will help you determine which models are most appropriate for your organization. View this webinar today to gain an understanding of the employment law considerations from the host and home company perspective, as well best practices for selecting and supporting employees while on an international assignment.
Matt Howse is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Labour and Employment Practice and is the group leader for the London team.
Matt's practice includes both contentious and non-contentious matters. He provides strategic advice on employment law issues, advises on the employment law aspects of transactions, and has successfully represented clients in high court and employment tribunal litigation.
Matt also advises and represents clients with respect to privacy law issues, including providing data protection compliance advice, reviewing data protection and employee monitoring policies, and advising on freedom of information and the law of confidentiality.
Nick Thomas is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Labour and Employment Practice.
Nick advises on all aspects of employment law, including day-to-day human resources matters, data privacy, complex restructurings and reorganisations, and employee disputes. He has worked with clients across a wide range of sectors, including finance, private equity, insurance, information technology, transportation, power, facilities management, communications, and manufacturing. Nick regularly advises on all employment aspects of complex acquisitions and outsourcing projects, often involving several jurisdictions.