Susan Eandi is the head of Baker McKenzie’s Global Employment and Labor Law practice group for North America, and chair of the California Labor & Employment practice group. She speaks regularly for organizations including ACC, Bloomberg, and M&A Counsel.
Susan has been published extensively in various external legal publications in addition to handbooks/magazines published by the Firm. Susan has been recognized as a leader in employment law by The Daily Journal, Legal 500, PLC and is a Chambers ranked attorney.
Susan focuses her practice on cross-border employment matters arising throughout the employment relationship. She serves as trusted counsel to companies on various employment matters, helping them enter – and succeed – in new jurisdictions, manage global workforces and terminate employment relationships.
Susan likewise advises on employment law matters arising from mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, tax and supply chain restructuring, post-acquisition integration, outsourcing and online marketplace models.
- University of California, Hastings College of the Law (J.D.) (1997)
- University of California at Davis (B.A.) (1993)
Admissions : California~United States (1997)
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- San Mateo County Bar Association
- International Bar Association – Employment Section
- American Bar Association – Employment Section
- Santa Clara County Bar Association
Representative Legal Matters:
- Advised on employment matters in numerous US and cross-border transactions and post-acquisition integrations covering up to 60 jurisdictions and ranging in value from USD2 million to USD7 billion.
- Advised both publicly traded and private US multinational corporations across various industries —technology/software, fashion/retail, as well as banking and finance — on global cost-cutting strategies including salary reductions, temporary shutdowns and reductions in force across more than 40 jurisdictions; also advised on employment law comparative analyses involving more than 50 jurisdictions.
- Advised US multinationals on employment considerations in entering new jurisdictions and various potential business models including direct hire by foreign employers, third party agencies and contractor models across up to 30 jurisdictions.
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