Byung Chang Lee
is a partner at Daeryook & Aju LLC whose practice focuses on securities, derivatives, forward-related regulations and litigations, cross-border and international litigations and enforcements, asset tracing regarding white-collar crimes, etc. His professional experience includes representing the former Financial Supervisory Commission in issuing sanctions against insolvent savings banks, providing for various advisory services and administrative litigations, and advising and litigating on asset tracing cases for white-collar crimes involving numerous clients, including UAE airline Emirates and England’s Lloyd’s Register. Mr Lee has amassed expertise in the in-bound work of foreign corporations, and in out-bound work related to litigations involving Korean companies in foreign territories.
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