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Australia-Japan Society of NSW


Australia-Japan cross-border employment – legal issues for a mobile workforce

  • 17 Apr 2024
  • 5:15 PM - 6:45 PM
  • Offices of H&H Lawyers, 5/32 Martin Pl, Sydney NSW
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Australia-Japan cross-border employment –

legal issues for a mobile workforce


People are increasingly working across borders. At our upcoming seminar, we will explore the intricacies of employment law between Australia and Japan. Join us for an enlightening session where experienced lawyers from both countries delve into regulations and issues affecting individuals working in either or both countries.

Gain valuable insights into navigating cross-border employment issues and ensuring compliance with the laws of Australia and Japan. Whether you're an expatriate, international student, or professional seeking opportunities abroad, this seminar will provide you with essential knowledge to navigate the complexities of employment law across borders.

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Speaker bios

Ken Takahashi is a Japan-qualified lawyer (bengoshi) committed to providing quality legal assistance for his corporate clients, including small and medium-sized enterprises and medical corporations, in a wide range of practice areas including M&A, business contracts, dispute resolution, sports law and international business law, with a particular focus on Australia. He also acts as the legal counsel for many companies. His Australian legal practice ranges from assisting Japanese companies with investments in Australia, to providing advice and assistance in relation to wills and inheritance for Japanese individuals who own assets both in Japan and Australia.

Tin-Lok Shea is a bilingual (English/Japanese) solicitor practising primarily in the areas of commercial / corporate and taxation law. His particular focus is on Asian and Asian-Australian businesses, which include Japanese, Korean and Chinese listed companies, government bodies and multinationals, for whom he has acted on a number of M&A transactions and other high-profile commercial matters.


Dai Ueda was born in Niigata, Japan. He migrated to Australia and graduated from Macquarie University and then later from the University of New South Wales in law. At H&H Lawyers, he has gained years of experience in a variety of matters – corporate law, employment law, succession law, family law etc. – many of which have Japan/Australia multi-jurisdictional flavours.

The formal talk will be followed by a networking reception.

With thanks to H&H Lawyers, this member-only event is free to attend. There is a limit of 30 people. Please arrive from 5pm for a prompt 5:15pm start.



About the Society

The Australia-Japan Society of NSW Incorporated (AJS-NSW) aims to bring together Australian and Japanese people living in NSW to explore mutual interests.

AJS-NSW holds regular business, social and cultural functions, at various locations around Sydney.

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Telephone

02-8078-4110

Email

info@ajsnsw.org.au


Address:

PO Box R937, Royal Exchange NSW 1225

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