Yuting Zhu provides legal services covering different aspects of employment law practice, including drafting and reviewing internal policies and employment documents such as employment contracts and non-compete agreements, etc. Yuting has advised on establishing, modifying and terminating employment relationships between employers and employees. She has proposed strategies for personnel reorganization and compensation in the context of mergers and acquisitions of enterprises to facilitate their business operations. She has also counseled clients in solving labor disputes and represented clients before labor dispute arbitration committees and courts.
She further handles employment-related internal investigations involving issues such as corruption, fraud, embezzlement, conflicts of interest, harassment, and discrimination.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Yuting has worked in several domestic and overseas NGOs focusing on labor rights protection and is familiar with NGO's work philosophy and work style.
Boston University School of Law, 2011, LL.M.
Wuhan University School of Law, China, 2009, B.A.
People's Republic of China (Qualified)
Awards and Affiliations
Recommended, Labor and Employment: Foreign Firms, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific: China (2024)
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Employment, Law360 (2017, 2019)