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Nina Wang

Lawyer admitted in China

Education :  M.A. (Central Univ of Finance and Economics);
 LL.B (China Univ of Politics and Law)
Languages :  Chinese (Mandarin) and English
Office :  Beijing
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About Nina

A partner of TransAsia's employment law practice, Nina is also a Director of the Beijing Municipal Labor Law Society and has been advising on Chinese employment law issues for more than 17 years, and since 2001 has served as an arbitrator with the Beijing Municipal Labor Dispute Arbitration Commission's Special Arbitration Court.

Nina advises clients on various areas concerning labor and social security laws, including general legal compliance, employment contracts, employee handbooks, non-competition, social security, issues arising from M&A, collective actions, expatriate employment, special protection of female employees, crisis management, labor dispute resolution (mediation, arbitration and litigation) and labor dispatching. She has handled countless labor dispute cases over the years, and specializes in settling cases through mediation, saving significant legal costs for clients.

Prior to joining TransAsia, Nina worked for the top two HR service providers in the country. Subsequently Nina also worked for Global Data Services Ltd. as the Vice-President – HR & Administration for 4 years. As a result, Nina has obtained extensive experience on both legal issues and practical HR practices.


  • Resolution on Beijing Maternity Insurance (Internal publication of CIIC, May 2005)
  • Are You Ready for Job Hopping? (Internal publication of CIIC, March 2005)
  • Focus on Applicable Laws of Judging Labor Dispute Cases Published by the Supreme People's Court (Internal publication of CIIC, October 2004)
  • Facing Work Injury Insurance Directly (Internal publication of CIIC, August 2004)
  • Getting Out of the Wrong Areas of Hiring Temporary Employees (Internal publication of CIIC, December 2003)
  • Labor Union Storm (Internal publication edited for HR Association)
  • Is a Non-Period Labor Contract an Employee's Umbrella? (Internal publication edited for HR Association)
  • Why Does the Training Contract Have No Effect? (Internal publication edited for HR Association)

Representative Clients

  • Accenture
  • Adobe
  • Amazon
  • Bacardi
  • BAE
  • Belle
  • Bombardier
  • Chevron
  • Coca-Cola
  • DHL
  • Disney
  • ESPN
  • Fiat
  • Goodrich
  • Google
  • Home Depot
  • IBM
  • London Stock Exchange
  • Nokia
  • New York Times
  • Reuters
  • Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Schering-Plough
  • Sony
  • Toll Group
  • Visa
  • Veolia Water