BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20181115T000000Z DTEND:20181115T000000Z DESCRIPTION:The relationship between Japan and China &mdash\; the two great est economies and powers of Asia &mdash\; has sometimes been contentious. But how do their workplace practices\, work ethic\, employee rights\, trea tment of women and minorities\, and codes of conduct compare? How do these practices affect their global cultural influence? And finally\, how do th ey compare with U.S. employment? Japanese\, Chinese and U.S. attorneys wil l consider these vital issues in an illuminating roundtable setting. \n \n <strong>Speakers:</strong>\n<strong>Philip Berkowitz</strong>\, U.S. Prac tice Co-Chair\, International Employment Law Practice Group &amp\; Co-Chai r\, Financial Services Industry Group\, Littler Mendelson\, P.C.\n <strong >Chris Kwok</strong>\, Case Manager\, JAMS Mediation and Dispute Resolutio n Services\n <strong>Aki Tanaka</strong>\, Attorney at Law\, Littler Mende lson\, P.C.\n <strong>Hironobu Tsukamoto</strong>\, Partner &amp\; Head of Overseas Office (New York Office)\, Nagashima Ohno &amp\; Tsunematsu NY L LP\n <strong>Nancy Zhang</strong>\, Attorney at Law\, Littler Mendelson\, P.C. \n \n <strong>Agenda:</strong>\n \n\n8-8:30 AM\nRegistration &amp\; B uffet Breakfast\n\n8:30-10 AM\nLecture and Q&amp\;A\n\n \n <strong>Admissi on:</strong>\n This is a free event. However\, you must register in advanc e in order to confirm your seat for the lecture. Seating is available on a first come\, first served basis. \n \n For more information\, please cont act the Business and Policy Program at 212-715-1208 or email <a>register@j</a>. <strong></strong><em></em> DTSTAMP:20230928T114638Z SUMMARY:Japan\, China &amp\; the U.S.: Contrasts in Workplace Law &amp\; Cu lture URL:/en/events/2018/11/15/japan-china-the-us-contrasts-in-workplace-la/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR