Yoon & Kim litigators successfully moved to dismiss multiple causes of action for alleged federal securities law violations as well as other causes of action against over a dozen defendants in the United States District Court of New Jersey. The case had attracted media attention in the Korean American press. The Court dismissed all claims […]
The Yoon & Kim litigation team won summary judgment on behalf of a commercial landlord dismissing a tenant’s breach of contract and fraud claims in an action pending before the New York Supreme Court in Queens County. The Court also ruled in favor of the commercial landlord on the counterclaims, awarding judgment on the lease […]
Charles Yoon presented a talk in Korean entitled “Preventing Contractual Disputes and Effective Case Management” at the Marriott Hotel in Teaneck, New Jersey. The event was organized by the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (“KOTRA”) and the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the U.S.A. (“KOCHAM”).
The deadline for reporting a U.S. person’s interest in a non-US bank account during 2014 is fast approaching. Any U.S. citizen or greencard holder, regardless of whether he resides outside of the United States, must disclose these accounts to the U.S. Government by June 30, 2015. The reporting requirement, commonly referred to as “FBAR” (now […]
Charles M. Yoon has been nominated by the Korean National Tax Service (NTS) to receive an award for his contribution in the field of tax compliance. The 49th annual award ceremony will be held in Korea on March 3, 2015. Yoon & Kim LLP’s attorneys have significant experience advising clients with respect to FBAR compliance […]
Charles Yoon is appointed to the NYC Comptroller’s Advisory Council comprised of thought leaders from government, corporate, academia, and advocacy organizations to help increase opportunities for minority and women-owned business enterprises (MWBEs) in public and private sector supply chains.
Charles Yoon shared his experience as an international arbitrator at a CLE Program entitled “Why Choose International Arbitration.” The program was hosted by the Asian American Bar Association of New York.
In an action brought on behalf of a Chinese citizen against another Chinese citizen residing in Georgia, Yoon & Kim and co-counsel in Georgia successfully made a series of motions for sanctions and for contempt as a result of defendant’s failure to comply with discovery obligations and court orders. The court struck the defendant’s answer […]
This article discusses one of the motivations behind establishing the litigation team at Yoon & Kim LLP. Click here to view full article in Korean.
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York approves Yoon & Kim’s retention as counsel for Trustee for the Estate of Dewey LeBoeuf LLP.