Attorney Jun-Woo Kim's main areas of work are international arbitration, international litigation, and North Korea-related affairs.
Attorney Kim has represented client companies in various international arbitration cases under the arbitration rules of ICC, KCAB, SIAC, JCAA, ICSID, etc. in Seoul, Hong Kong, Singapore, New York, Paris, Tokyo, and Washington. Among the cases in which Kim was involved, M&A disputes, shareholder disputes, license disputes, sales contract disputes, and investor-state disputes are prominent. Attorney Kim has a lot of experience in advising on litigation, preservative measures, and corporate decision-making, especially in the early negotiation stage of a dispute before an international arbitration case begins, or in the execution and implementation stage after a judgment is made.
Attorney Kim received an LL.M. from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School. After completing the course, he conducted cases including investor-state arbitration at the Paris office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, and was also dispatched to Anderson Mori & Tomotsune in Tokyo to help Korean and Japanese companies in transactional legal matters. Based on these experiences, Attorney Kim was involved in the writing of Arbitration Law of Korea: Practice and Procedure (co-authored, Juris Publishing, 2011) published by the International Arbitration Team, and also participated in arbitration practice lectures published in Korean (co-authored, Youngsa Park, 2016). Co-authored.
In addition, Attorney Kim provides advice on North Korean law and unification to companies in the Kaesong Industrial Complex, companies with economic cooperation with North Korea, and the Ministry of Unification and the Ministry of Justice.