Yan (Bill) Huang regularly advises multi-national clients on a variety of labor and employment issues including hiring and termination of employees, formulation and implementation of company policies, leave and compensation matters, workplace data and privacy protection, labor dispatching and outsourcing, union matters, labor arbitration and litigation, workforce restructuring arising from mergers and acquisitions, and large-scale redundancies in China and internationally. He also assists clients with internal investigation, compliance audit and training in China.
Bill works with companies in internal investigations of ethical violations, such as channel stuffing, conflict of interests, fake reimbursement or forgery of commercial documents. He regularly represents clients in dispute negotiations with employees. Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Bill worked at other international law firms in Shanghai , where he also gained experience in anti-unfair competition law matters, foreign direct investment and dispute resolution matters regarding copyright and trademark.
Bill is fluent in Mandarin, Shanghainese, and English and he is conversant in Japanese.
University of Minnesota Law School, 2017, LL.M.
Kyushu University, 2012, LL.M.
Dalian Maritime University, 2011, LL.B.
People's Republic of China (Qualified)
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Employment, Law360 (2017)