Matthew Howse represents clients in the financial services, media, legal, and insurance industries in High Court and employment tribunal litigation. His experience includes employment law as well as privacy and cybersecurity law. In addition to litigating both contentious and noncontentious issues, Matthew provides strategic employment law advice and counsels clients on the employment law aspects of transactions. He is the practice group leader for Morgan Lewis’s labor and employment practice in London. As part of Morgan Lewis’s cross-practice Global Workforce team, Matthew helps provide integrated cross-border advice, counseling, and strategic planning across a spectrum of labor, employment, benefits, and immigration issues.
Labour & Employment 2019
Understand the maze of employment laws needed to deal with a global workforce with this edition, covering areas such as: legislation and agencies, worker representation, background information on applicants, terms of employment, foreign workers, liability of acts of employees, taxation of employees, employee-created IP, termination of employment and dispute resolution.
Published in June 2019, this edition features the following chapters:
- Mark E Zelek, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
Mandatory employee board representatives –
fantasy or the future?
- Matthew Howse and Lee Harding, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
- Costa Rica
- Hong Kong
- Puerto Rico
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States