DLA expands employment group

By Reporter|23 July 2012

DLA Piper announced the appointment of Ying Wang as counsel in the firm’s employment, pensions and benefits group on 18 July.

Wang, who joined DLA from King & Wood Mallesons on June 25, is based in the firm's Shanghai office and is part of the firm's Greater China team.

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Wang has more than ten years' experience in employment and labour law practice in China. She has advised on a number of Chinese labour and social insurance regulatory matters and has solid experience in the development of human resources documents as well as day-to-day labour issues.

Since 2004, Ying has served as a part-time labour dispute arbitrator of

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Shanghai Pudong Labour Dispute Arbitration Committee.

"The firm's employment practice in China has expanded significantly as the country's economy has remained strong. Competition to secure cross-border employment and advice in relation to international law has intensified, especially as the quality of offerings from local firms has improved,” said Pattie Walsh, DLA Piper’s Asia -Pacific head of employment, pensions and benefits.

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