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世勤律師事務所 (Lewis Silkin) 提供專業僱傭法及移民法服務,於行內名聲顯赫,並獲全球權威《Who’s Who Legal》評為「年度最佳勞工、僱傭及退休金律師事務所」(Law Firm of the Year for Labour, Employment & Pensions)。

我們的香港事務所領有本地牌照,在本港及亞太 (APAC) 區提供質素優越、合符成本效益的僱傭及全球流動支援服務。

在本港,我們為企業及個人客戶解決各方面僱傭及移民問題,包括初期就業至離港及期間的一切事宜。

此外,在我們的客戶當中,不少已在亞太地區建立業務或正廣泛擴張業務,並需要僱傭及全球流動綜合支援服務。我們透過與區內各地合資格同事合作,為客戶提供相關服務。

我們的香港事務所亦作為區內首個聯絡單位,為亞太區商業及個人客戶提供英國及歐洲僱傭法及全球流動等問題之建議。

世勤香港事務所獲頒「麥卡倫亞洲法律公司香港法律大獎2018」(2018 Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards)「年度移民法律師行」(Immigration Law Firm of the Year);同時連續第二年入圍「年度勞工法及僱傭法律師行」(Labour and Employment Law Firm of the Year) 及「年度新崛起律師行」(Rising Law Firm of the Year)。


Lewis Silkin is highly renowned for employment and immigration law and has received global recognition with Who’s Who Legal awarding us ‘Law Firm of the Year for Labour, Employment & Pensions’.

Our locally licenced Hong Kong office offers high quality and cost-effective employment and global mobility support in both Hong Kong and across the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

In Hong Kong we advise businesses and individuals on the full range of employment and immigration issues from the initial employment offer to departure and everything in between.

Additionally, many of our clients have an established or growing presence across the wider APAC region and need integrated support on employment and global mobility issues, which we are able to assist with by liasing with our locally qualified colleagues across the region.

Our Hong Kong office can also provide a first contact point for APAC-based businesses and individuals seeking advice on UK and European employment law and global mobility issues.

Our Hong Kong office won Immigration Law Firm of the Year in the 2018 Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards as well as being shortlisted for both the Labour and Employment Law Firm of the Year and Rising Law Firm of the Year categories for the second year running.

 

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