Alex Lin

Coordinator, China

team member china@laborlawplus.com

Alex has over 10 years of legal practice experience in China particularly in the field of labor and employment.

He focuses on providing legal opinions to transnational enterprises and large domestic enterprises on litigation or in non-litigious employment matters, including drafting and review of employment contracts, drafting of employee handbook, employment dispute resolution and employment matters involved in M&A transactions or company reorganization projects such as employment due diligence and relocation plans for employees. 

Alex also has intensive experience in providing legal advice on foreign investment and acting for capital funds, investment banks and real estate groups in the region.

Alex has published employment articles in well-known business publications and is  a regular commentator  in various professional journals. In addition, Alex is actively involved in providing training and seminars for clients, corporations and the media in the area of employment and FCPA issues in China.

Alex has been appointed as one of the legal counsels to  the Overseas Affairs Office of Shanghai Government, the Shanghai Federation of Trade Unions and  the Shanghai Chamber of Commerce. 

He is also a member of the Employment Profession Committee and Real Estate Profession Committee of Shanghai Bar Association, and acts as an arbitrator of Shanghai Labor and Employment Arbitration Center.

Alex obtained  LL.B and LL.M degrees from East China University of Political Science and Law in 2003 and 2005 respectively and speaks fluent English.