Another Exciting Whistleblowing Event

Maggie Jia

Maggie Jia is a partner and heads the firm’s Employment & Compliance practice. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai (China) and a master’s degree in Economic Law from the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, in Germany. She passed the China Bar examination in 2012. Prior to joining DaWo Law Firm, she worked in Shanghai and gained experience at a well-known Chinese law firm and at De Wolf Law Firm Shanghai.

In recent years, we have seen whistleblowing evolve into an increasingly critical concern both in China and abroad. This is indeed a multifaceted issue that involves everything, and we mean everything, from day-to-day business, to data security, to labor practices, to accounting, and beyond.

Are you prepared?
Recently, DaWo hosted another one of our Risk, Resilience, and Reputation breakfast events on this topic, featuring our partner Maggie Jia and Dr. Tim Klatte, a partner at Grant Thornton. That event was very well attended, and both Maggie and Tim are participating in a related event hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai on April 1. That event will feature a number of speakers sharing their professional experiences and best practice ideas on how to develop and nurture a positive corporate environment that thrives on promoting and championing a strong speak-up culture.

See the link below to register, and as always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to DaWo’s team.