CCH, Baker & McKenzie Will Partner on Global Project

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CCH, Baker & McKenzie Will Partner on Global Project


CCH, Inc., a provider of tax and employment law information and software, and Baker & McKenzie, a global law firm, have announced that they will join forces on a project designed to provide employers and their legal counsel with comprehensive, reliable legal insight and analysis on international labor and employment law issues.

According to the announcement, the agreement leverages Baker & McKenzie's legal expertise and geographical coverage of employment relationships with CCH's 87-year history of providing authoritative and critical legal information to business professionals around the world. Through this partnership, CCH will license content from publications of Baker & McKenzie's Global Labour, Employment, & Employee Benefits Practice Group to expand coverage of global employment issues in CCH print and Internet (http://hr.cch.com) products, as well as co-brand new products for human resources professionals, legal advisors, and other business professionals. New products developed by CCH will focus on the specialized information, insight, and solutions companies need as they expand their businesses into more complex and culturally diverse markets.

Baker & McKenzie's Global Labour, Employment, & Employee Benefits Practice Group consists of more than 315 attorneys worldwide who represent multinational corporations in all aspects of employment-related litigation, benefits, and international executive transfer issues. Beginning later this year, the Group's publications, including the Worldwide Guide to Termination, Employment Discrimination & Workplace Harassment Laws and The Global Employer newsletter, will be marketed by CCH. According to the announcement, these publications, written by Baker & McKenzie attorneys who are on the front lines of employment and labor issues in countries around the world, will serve as the centerpieces for a co-branded Web site to be launched by year's end. …

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