Attorneys in Greenberg Traurig's Seoul office advise Korean, U.S., and other international clients with respect to both inbound and outbound matters. Our attorneys have decades of experience in areas including intellectual property litigation, commercial litigation, international arbitration, investments, tax, real estate, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, antitrust, restructuring and reorganizations, international trade, structured products, and regulatory and commercial law.
Our office serves as a point of access to opportunities in Korea and other parts of Asia, and our Korean-speaking attorneys are acutely familiar with Korea’s business, culture, and legal and regulatory systems. We have strong relationships with established Korean law firms and other professional services firms to support dispute resolution and other commercial matters throughout Korea.
- Represented Nomura International in connection with Korea Railroad Corporation’s private placement of HK$631 million 3.375% notes.
- Represented KDB Life Insurance Co., Ltd. in connection with its $200 million 7.5% subordinated capital securities offering.
- Represented underwriters in connection with KEB Hana Bank’s $425 million floating rate notes offering under its global medium term note program.
- Represented a Korean conglomerate in connection with its acquisition of a solar energy power project in Minnesota, United States.
- Represented TissueGene Inc. in connection with its $180 million initial public offering.
For more information about our Seoul office, please feel free to reach out to our Seoul office contacts.
∞Greenberg Traurig's Seoul office is operated by Greenberg Traurig LLP Foreign Legal Consultant Office. Greenberg Traurig LLP Foreign Legal Consultant Office is a foreign legal consultant office approved by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Korea. Under the Foreign Legal Consultant Act of Korea, Greenberg Traurig’s Seoul office is only allowed to provide legal advice with respect to US law, with respect to treaties of which the United States is a party, and with respect to universally recognized customary international law. As a Foreign Legal Consultant Office, we may not render legal advice on Korean law matters. Our Seoul office is allowed to represent clients in international arbitration cases when US law is applicable.