Mr. Kim is Counsel at Arnold & Porter LLP, an international law firm with more than 800 attorneys. Mr. Kim's practice has involved various types of litigation and arbitration, including antitrust class actions, international trade and arbitration, and general litigation. Mr. Kim has also advised corporations on legal implications of a wide range of business decisions especially with respect to disputes involving overseas operations and investments.
Mr. Kim's antitrust experience includes representing global corporations in US Department of Justice criminal investigations, in civil antitrust class actions alleging price-fixing and monopolization in front of federal courts as well as in government review of mergers and acquisitions before the FTC and DOJ Antitrust Division. In the international arbitration area, Mr. Kim has represented the Republic of Korea in its first treaty based ICSID arbitration and the Defense Acquisition Program Administration in multiple international arbitration matters.
Mr. Kim received J.D. cum laude from Cornell Law School. Prior to law school, Mr. Kim earned his Master's degree in Divinity from Yale University Divinity School and his Bachelor of Arts from Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea.