Young Min Kang
is a partner at the firm. He advises Korean and multinational corporations on antitrust matters involving merger control, interface between antitrust law and intellectual property rights, abuse of dominance, corporate leniency programmes, unfair business practice, subcontracting, franchising, multi-level marketing, false advertisement and administrative/civil/criminal procedures. Before joining the firm, he was an associate in the antitrust practice group of Kim, Choi & Lim and a public service advocate at the Human Rights Support Division of the Ministry of Justice and the Korea Legal Aid Corporation. He is a member of the Korean Bar Association.
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