Drawing from experts in legal practice, academia, and the judiciary, Korean Business Law: The Legal Landscape and Beyond provides clear and concise explanations of what the law means in relation to South Korea’s often complex and changing business law environment. This book is written for a diverse global audience, from lawyers to business leaders, from professors to students, both inside and outside of Korea.
Some of the many topics include: corporations, mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, the Korean judicial system, intellectual property, project finance, private equity funds, competition law, broadcasting/telecommunications, renewable energy law, corporate governance, legal risk management, labor law, real estate, trade law, and torts.
“Jasper Kim's new book is a welcome resource for practitioners, scholars, and anyone interested in Korean business law.” — Susan Lawrence, Associate Director, Korea Institute, Harvard University
“The contributors to this book have done enormous service by laying out the differences and similarities for an international audience.” — Evan Ramstad, Staff Reporter, Wall Street Journal
“Kudos to Jasper Kim for bringing such a diverse group of scholars and practitioners together in one convenient and very readable book.” — Benjamin Hughes, Attorney, Shearman & Sterling, Singapore
“A welcomed publication that could not have come at a better moment during this time of change, challenges, and renewed growth for Korea.” — Samuel S. Nam, Chief Administrative Officer, J.P. Morgan, Korea
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.