Emily Tan is an associate in the Squire Patton Boggs Labour & Employment Practice.
Advising a wide range of companies and local government clients on both contentious and non-contentious aspects of employment and industrial relations law.
Advising and representing clients in matters involving sexual harassment, discrimination, misconduct and bullying claims.
Co-ordinating and conducting workplace investigations in relation to various employee disciplinary issues.
Advising on occupational health and safety matters for companies operating onshore and offshore.
Assisting in complex disputes relating to redundancy payments and disputes arising under employment contracts and industrial instruments.
Drafting, reviewing and advising on a wide range of employment agreements.
Providing litigious support in the Magistrates Court, Industrial Magistrates Court and Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission in relation to employee entitlements and denied contractual benefits.
Conducting comprehensive due diligence investigations for both local and major international clients.
Co-ordinating and preparing standard business sponsorship and visa applications for businesses wanting to employ skilled overseas workers in Australia.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Emily J. Tan