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Lee & Ko

HANJIN BUILDING, 63 NAMDAEMUN-RO, JUNG-GU, SEOUL 04532, SOUTH KOREA
Tel:
Work +82 2 772 4000
Fax:
Fax +82 2 772 4001
Email:
Web:
www.leeko.com
Seoul, Seoul

Sedong Min

Tel:
Work +82 2 772 4413
Email:
Lee & Ko

Work Department

Corporate Governance, Energy & Natural Resources, Environment, Foreign Investment, Mergers & Acquisitions, Product Liability & Consumer Claims, Anti-corruption & Regulatory Compliance.

Position

Partner.

Career

Lee & Ko: 1999 – Present.

Languages

English and Korean.

Member

Korean Bar Association; Seoul Bar Association.

Education

Georgetown University Law Center - LL.M: 2006 Judicial Research & Training Institute, Supreme Court of Korea: 1999 Seoul National University, College of Law - LL.B.: 1997.


South Korea: Regulatory: compliance and investigations

Regulatory: compliance and investigations – Local firms

Within: Regulatory: compliance and investigations – Local firms

As ‘one of the top law firms’, Lee & Ko attracts praise for its wide-ranging expertise in compliance and white-collar criminal investigations, as well as for its ‘immediate and value-added advice’. The practice also maintains a digital forensic team, ensuring client confidentiality and a quick turnaround of results – an aspect very much valued by its clients. Taek Rim Oh is ‘one of the best cross-border attorneys in Korea’, according to one client. Tae-Ki Ghil, Chan-Youp Song, Jae-Deog Bae and Joon Kim advised McDonald's in relation to criminal complaints filed by consumers claiming to have contracted hemolytic-uremic syndrome from hamburgers. Yong-Seok Park, Song and Tae Yop Lee are defending Samsung Display against a criminal complaint brought by LG Display over alleged trade secret misappropriation. Other names to note are Jin So, Sedong Min, Yeonsoo Yun and Yuseok Kim.

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