Jeffrey Wilson is a counsel of JunHe and is based at the Shanghai office. He has almost two decades of experience assisting multinational corporations with labor and corporate law matters in the China region. Prior to joining JunHe in 2010, Jeffrey previously was associated with other law firms in both Hong Kong and in Taipei, Taiwan.
After developing a background in PRC corporate law and mergers and acquisitions, Jeffrey has focused exclusively on PRC labor law since 2006. He has advised many multinational corporations on labor issues relating to corporate restructuring and mergers and acquisitions; stock option, data privacy, and employee benefit issues; and issues relating to the employment of foreign nationals in China. He also has represented clients regarding reductions in force and employee transfer issues, and has drafted and reviewed numerous employment contracts and employee manuals.
Jeffrey has assisted the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai to prepare position papers for submission to National People’s Congress and State Council regarding the Employment Contract Law, Implementing Regulations to Employment Contract Law, Employment Promotion Law, and Social Insurance Law. He has spoken widely on PRC employment law in China, Hong Kong, and the United States to groups including Economist Network, American Chamber of Commerce (Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou), and European Chamber of Commerce in China (Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Shenyang, Chongqing, Chengdu). Jeffrey is the author of various articles on PRC labor law for China Law and Practice, International Law Office, and Labor & Employment Law (ABA).