Jae Young Kim

Jae Young Kim

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Jae Young Kim is a co-chair of the antitrust practice group at Yoon & Yang in Seoul, a leading full-service law firm in Korea with over 350 attorneys and other professionals. He leads Yoon & Yang’s antitrust practice, which has been recognised by Global Competition Review as “Elite” for 2009–2018. His practice concentrates on antitrust, M&A and international business transactions. In the field of antitrust, he has extensive experience handling matters involving international and domestic cartels including leniency applications, mergers, dominance abuse, unfair trade practices and class actions. In particular, he has handled major international cartel cases in Korea, such as the capacitors case, the auto parts case, LIBOR case, truck case, TFT-LCD case, CRT case, air cargo case, marine hose and S-RAM case. He has handled matters in a wide variety of industries, including microprocessors, semiconductors, disk drives, telecommunications, broadcasting, energy, petrochemicals, display panels, air carriers, transportation, software, chemicals, tobacco and manufacturing.

He served as a member of the Policy Evaluation Committee, Cartel Research Committee, Consumer Complaint Management Committee and Subcontract Consultant Committee of the Korea Fair Trade Commission.

He was awarded Commendation from the Chairman of the Korea Fair Trade Commission for his services to the Korea Fair Trade Commission.

He received his LLM from University of Pennsylvania Law School, and received his LLB from Seoul National University.

He is admitted to the Bars of Korea and New York.

He co-authored the Korea chapter in the PLC Cross-border Competition Handbook (2007–2014) and wrote a number of papers and articles on antitrust issues.

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