is a partner at the firm with over 15 years of antitrust practice experience. He advises Korean and multinational corporations on broadcasting/communications and antitrust matters involving merger control, interface between antitrust law and intellectual property rights, abuse of dominance, corporate leniency programmes, unfair business practice, subcontracting and administrative/civil/criminal procedures. He has co-authored numerous chapters and publications in his field of expertise. He is a member of the Korean Bar Association and was a visiting foreign attorney at Ropes & Gray LLP’s New York City office.
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