Shin & Kim

Dispute Resolution: White-Collar Crime Department

South Korea
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Overview

In recent years, criminal disputes have become more complicated, largely due to the increasing number of white-collar crimes being committed. The need for advice and trial representation by lawyers who are specialized in criminal disputes has thus become essential.

We have lawyers who have extensive experience with criminal prosecutions from previous careers in the Prosecutor’s Office or in the judiciary. We are uniquely positioned to provide our clients with in-depth knowledge of criminal dispute procedures, and are able to navigate the client through all stages of the dispute, from investigations by police or prosecutors or administrative organizations to court trial.

Members

Byun, Ok-Sook

Choi, Seong-Jin

Hong, Tak-Kyun

Kang, Jeong Seok

Kim, Hong-Il

Kim, Jin Tae

Lee, Doo Sik

Lee, Euisu

Lee, Keonjoo

Lee, Noh Kong

Lee, Yong-Sung

Shin, Ho Chul

Yeom, Dong-Shin

Industries

Aerospace & Defence

Banks

Chemicals

Construction & Materials

Government

Industrial Engineering

Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences

Private Clients / Individuals

Retail

Technology, Hardware & Electronics

Transportation

Articles, Highlights and Press Releases

Total 4 Articles, Highlights and Press Releases

Element of Plea Bargaining Introduced in the Criminal Investigation Procedure for Cartel Cases

Tak-Kyun Hong, Seong-Jin Choi, Kitae Park, Geun-Bae Seok, Claudia Chong-Ah Hong, Jongsoo Lee, Daniel Woojin Chang

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Korean Government Seeks to Expand Class Action Law & Punitive Damages in Commercial Lawsuits

John H Choi, Ghyo-Sun Park, Eesun Kwon, Kyle J. Choi

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South Korea Set to Launch Corruption Investigation Office for High-Ranking Officials & Its...

Tak-Kyun Hong, Seong-Jin Choi, Kitae Park

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