Ming Evans is a Senior Consultant specialising in international employment law. She is qualified to practice in England & Wales and in France, having qualified as a French lawyer (Avocat à la Cour) in Paris.
Ming has an excellent reputation for her ability to make sense of complex cross-border legal matters and find practical solutions for her clients, whilst preserving their reputation and managing risk. She has extensive experience working both in-house and in private practice, advising global multinationals on a broad range of employment law matters, with a particular focus on Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Ming’s international background and practice includes advising on all employment law aspects of cross-border mergers and acquisitions, post-acquisition HR and legal integration, business transformation and transition, collective and individual redundancies, as well as consulting with works councils and other representative bodies. Ming has worked in countries including Vietnam, Denmark and France, and has represented clients in both the French Employment Tribunal and Court of Appeal.
Ming provides day to day advice on highly sensitive employment law issues, and has particular interest and expertise in advising multinational employers in relation to workplace investigations, critical health and safety at work issues, allegations of harassment and discrimination, and workplace mediation. She has recently advised on gender pay reporting in France, and on working time reforms across various EU countries.
Ming has advised clients in a number of sectors, including financial services, technology, telecoms, construction, hospitality, luxury brands and legal.
Ming is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association (ELA) and a former Chair of ELA’s International Committee. She is a regular speaker at international employment law forums across Europe and the US.
Ming is a native bilingual English and French speaker, and also speaks fluent Danish.