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Maintains No.1 in Korea - mergermarket League Tables of Legal Advisers to Global M&A 2010
In "mergermarket League Tables of Legal Advisers to Global M&A - Year End 2010", Kim & Chang maintained its first place ranking in the league tables of legal advisors in Korea, based on both deal volume and deal count.
Our firm also ranked third in the Asia region (excluding Japan/Australia) and seventh in the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan), based on deal count. In addition, Kim & Chang ranked eleventh, based on deal volume, in the table of Legal Advisers to Germanic M&A.
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On February 4, 2016, the National Assembly held a plenary session, and passed the "Special Act for Business Reinvigoration" (the "One-Shot Legislation").- Kim & Chang
On February 4, 2016, the National Assembly held a plenary session, and passed the "Special Act for Business Reinvigoration" (the "One-Shot Legislation").
Environment Ministry Issues New Administrative Regulations to Guide the Disclosure of Information on Chemical Substance
The Korea-Hong Tax Treaty (“Hong Kong Treaty”) has not yet been ratified.¹ As a result, the Hong Kong treaty did not enter into force in 2015. Consequently, its provisions will not have effect in 2016.
A Step Forward for the Korean Labor Market – Presidential Advisory Commission Agrees on 5 Key Labor Issues
Korea’s Food and Drug Safety Ministry Expands Its Regulatory Scope to Include Wellness Products
Ministry of Industry, Trade and Energy Amends Regulations on Export Control of Strategic Goods
[South Korea] Supreme Court Decides on the Criteria for Distinguishing Worker Dispatch from SubcontrOn February 26, 2015, the Supreme Court rendered decisions regarding subcontracted workers. In particular, the Court provided specific factors to consider when determining whether a subcontracting arrangement will be deemed worker dispatch, which can potentially result in an illegal dispatch relationship and create a de facto employment relationship.
From January to April 2015, the Financial Services Commission (“FSC”) operated the Internet-Primary Bank Task Force (“TF”), which was a joint private and public sector effort. The TF reviewed related legislative bills and system reform plans regarding the introduction of the Internet-primary bank in Korea.
On January 1, 2015, the Act on the Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals (“K-REACH”) and the Chemicals Control Act (“CCA”) took effect. In this regard, the Ministry of Environment (“MOE”) plans to provide guidelines on the violations of K-REACH and CCA, and begin to enforce regulations against the violations in the near future.
Enforcement of the Act on the Registration, Evaluation, Etc. of Chemicals