Jones, a partner in the firm's labor and employment practice, was recommended by peers who noted his 17 years of legal experience in China. "He has been around the different Asia-Pacific jurisdictions plus has the U.S. multinational perspective guiding his approach—I find this to be strategically helpful," one client reviewer said.
Zhao, a legal consultant in the labor and employment practice, was named an "Associate to Watch" in the 2014 rankings. She was noted for her experience with employee transfers, layoffs and negotiating labor disputes.
The Chambers Asia- Pacific rankings cover 41 jurisdictions and about 20 separate areas of law. Chambers has been ranking law firms and lawyers since 1990, and now covers 185 jurisdictions throughout the world. Lawyers and law firms are ranked based on the research of 150 full-time editors and researchers who talk to lawyers and clients and glean firm-submitted information.
Details of this ranking can be found on the Chambers website.