Ki Seong Park

Ki Seong Park

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Ki Seong Park

Main   +82 2 6226 7700
Direct   +82 2 6226 7725

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Ki Seong Park is a Senior Attorney at the Firm and focuses his practice on representing domestic and foreign clients in disputes related to finance, securities, antitrust, commercial transactions and hostile mergers & acquisitions.

Prior to joining KL Partners, Mr. Park was a partner at Shin & Kim.

Practice Areas
  • Securities and Finance Disputes
  • Antitrust Disputes
  • Hostile Takeover Disputes
  • Commercial Transactions
  • General Corporate
  • Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M., 2012)
  • Seoul National University, College of Social Science (B.A. in Economics, 2003)
  • Korea (2006)
  • English
  • Korean
  • KL Partners
    Partner (May 2016 – present)
  • Shin & Kim
    Attorney (February 2006 – April 2016)
Securities and Finance Disputes
  • Representation of financial institutions in “KIKO” (Knock-in Knock-out) and snowball related cases.
  • Representation of financial institutions in various funds litigations.
  • Representation of a financial institution in a claim for cost of design.
  • Representation of an investment company in Hong Kong in damages claim regarding forward option contracts.
  • Representation of an assets investment company in damages claim related to outbound real estate fund.
Antitrust disputes
  • Representation of Hyundai Oil Bank in damages claim.
  • Representation of an equipment manufacturing company in administrative litigation involving imposition of penalty surcharge against FTC.
  • Representation of Hyundai Oil Bank in administrative litigation involving corrective measures against FTC.
  • Representation of Lake Side Golf Club in various lawsuits related to disputes over corporate control.
  • Representation of Incheon City in civil action against Shinsegae Group.
  • Representation of a financial institution in a case involving compensation for loss.
  • Representation of a major Korean telecommunication company in a civil action against an insurance company.
  • Representation of a shipping company in a lawsuit involving bill of lading and letter of credit.