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Byeong Jun Son

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Work +82 2 772 4420
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Lee & Ko

Work Department

Tax & Customs Group.

Position

Partner.

Career

Lee & Ko: 2012 – Present Ministry of Strategy & Finance: Outside Legal Counsel: 2012-Present Daejeon District Court, Senior Judge: 2011 Seoul Central District Court, Judge: 2010 Supreme Court, Research Judge (Taxation): 2008-2009 Seoul High Court, Judge: 2007 Tokyo University Visiting Researcher (Judicial Training): 2006 Seoul Administrative Court Judge: 2003-2004 Passed the 36th Civil Service Examination: 1992.

Languages

Korean, Japanese and English.

Member

Korean Bar Association; Seoul Bar Association.

Education

University of Seoul, School of Taxation, M.A.: 2003 Completed the 25th Judicial Research and Training:1996 Passed the 35th Bar Examination: 1993 Korea University, College of Law, B.A.: 1989.


South Korea: Tax

Tax – Local firms

Within: Leading individuals

Byeong Jun Son - Lee & Ko

Within: Tax – Local firms

Lee & Ko’s ‘top of the market’ practice covers the full spectrum of tax-related matters including inbound and outbound tax planning, audit, customs and dispute resolution. The team, co-headed by Jay Shim and Myung Sub Kim, has significantly strengthened its capabilities with the recruitment of 14 lawyers. Highlights include Shim, Ok Hyun Ma, Kyung Tae Kim and Hoan Ku Lee represented MasterCard in a case relating to assessment fees in cross-border transactions. Elsewhere, Kim and Byeong Jun Son acted for SK Telecom in VAT litigation. Young Gee Park specialises in customs and internal investigations, while Young Uk Park focuses on corporate tax matters. Other names to note are Tae-Gyung Kim, Jangwoon John Kwak and Sung Hyun Ryoo.

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