Linda Liang


Areas of practice

Ms Liang specialises in employment and social security law, occupational health and production safety and environmental protection law.

Ms Liang has over 20 years of experience as a legal practitioner and she has served many multinationals and domestic companies at providing employment law training, drafting and revising employment contracts, employee handbooks, internal policies, labour dispatch agreements, etc. She also has an ample amount of experience in advising on employment relationships, trade unions, trade secret protection, non-compete agreements, collective bargaining agreements, salaries, social security, employee benefits and leaves, occupational health and production safety and other relevant issues. Ms Liang regularly represents clients in employment-related negotiation and mediation, arbitration and litigation, as well as group events such as strikes, and she has hence gained rich experience in handling various employment-related disputes. Moreover, Ms Liang is regularly engaged in employment-related due diligence investigation, employment issues arising out of mergers and acquisitions, minimization of risks of commercial bribery from the perspective of employment law, etc.

Ms Liang also advises and carries out due diligence investigation on environmental protection law, conducts assessments of environmental risks and suggests solutions, represents clients in environmental litigation proceedings and handles crises triggered by environmental issues for many multinationals and domestic companies. She also provides comprehensive legal advice on EHS and handles EHS-related disputes, incidents and crises for clients.

Work experience

Ms Liang joined King & Wood Mallesons in 2007 and she used to work at C&M Law Office and the Legal Department of the State Development and Investment Corporation before joining. Ms Liang’s working languages are Chinese and English.


Legal insights

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27 March 2018

Prevention of Legal Risks in Environmental Protection for Supply Chain.

07 December 2017

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06 December 2017

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06 December 2017

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