Mark T Hansen is Now a Partner of LimNexus

LimNexus is pleased to announce that Mark T Hansen has been elevated to Partner of the firm. Mark has been a key member of the firm’s Litigation Group for nearly 3 years. His practice focuses on complex business matters, litigating trade secret misappropriation and unfair competition cases, as well as product liability. The promotion reflects the firm’s appreciation in Mark’s leadership as well as the future growth of the organization’s litigation capability.

LimNexus Partner Sandy Sakamoto Speaks on Ethics Panel

Sandy Sakamoto, partner, spoke on an ethics panel for continuing education on conflicts of interest (“When Belts and Suspenders May be Appropriate”) at the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firm’s (NAMWOLF) Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas in September. The panel presented on the fundamentals of conflicts of interest as well as the finer issues lawyers must be keen on spotting.

LimNexus’s Attorneys to Speak on Panels at “2016 NAPABA Convention” in San Diego, California

Paul H. Kim, a partner in the firm’s corporate group, will be a member of a panel titled “EB-5 at a Quarter Century: Myths, Facts, and a Look Forward,” on Friday, November 4 at 9:00 AM. The panel will be discussing legal issues relevant to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. Mr. Kim specifically will be discussing different approaches for structuring investments under the program and applicable securities law requirements.Partner Phillip F. Shinn will be speaking on a panel titled “The Nuts and Bolts of Expert Testimony,” on Friday, November 4, at 10:30 AM. This panel features 3 sitting judges, an expert consultant/witness, and a trial lawyer, who will discuss judges’ views on expert witness testimony, as well as how to select, prepare, depose and present experts. This will be a rare opportunity to hear about expert testimony from the perspective of trial judges and an expert witness.Senior Counsel Phillip K. Cha will be moderating a panel titled “Employment Mediations Demystified,” on November 5 at 10:45 AM. The panel will cover a behind-the-scenes look at mediations of employment disputes from the plaintiff, defense, mediator and in-house counsel perspectives.

LimNexus Partner, Phillip Shinn, to speak at “Mentoring the Next Generation” Conference at Berkeley School of Law – Saturday, October 29, 2016

LimNexus is pleased to be a sponsor of a mentorship conference for Korean American professionals and students, offered by Berkeley Law School’s Korea Law Center, and the Council of Korean Americans (CKA), scheduled for Saturday, October 29, 2016. The one-day conference, to be held at Berkeley School of Law, brings together experienced professionals from business, finance, academia, public service, life sciences and the legal profession to discuss their experiences and offer advice to the next generation. LimNexus partner, Phillip Shinn, will speak on a panel about the legal profession, which will be moderated by PG&E’s general counsel, Hyun Park. Fellow panelists will include Salle Yoo, general counsel of Uber Technologies; Andrew Kim, general counsel of Netgear; and the Honorable Sallie Kim, United States Magistrate Judge of the Northern District of California.Afternoon panels will address Korean American identity and US – Korea issues. The speakers will come from the worlds of academia, the arts, non-profit organizations, government, and global industry.Aspiring or practicing Korean American professionals and any interested organizations that serve the Korean American academic, business, professional, and public service communities are welcome to join the conference.For details, click here for the conference program.

Congratulations to IAKL LimNexus Scholar

Congratulations to Ms. A Joo Kim of George Washington University Law School, who was awarded the LimNexus Foundation scholarship at the 2016 IAKL Conference held in Washington DC.Ms. Kim is a true global citizen who was raised in Korea, New Zealand and the US. She also studied aboard in Korea, Spain, Costa Rica, Switzerland, and Japan during her college years.Ms. Kim is actively engaged in human rights issues concerning Koreans. She is a researcher for the Database Center for North Korean Human Rights (NKDB) based in Seoul. She has interests in Korea’s oceans policy and territorial disputes with neighboring counties.LimNexus is proud to award the scholarship to Ms. Kim and wish the best for her future as a lawyer.2016-iakl-scholar-a-joo-kim

LimNexus Partner Jake Cho, Speaks at Global Finance Professional Seminar

Partner, Jake Cho spoke as a lecturer at Global Finance Professional Seminar, sponsored by New York Institute of Finance and Maeil Business Newspaper for risk management professionals at Korea’s leading financial institutions. Seminar took place in Seoul for 5 days with topics on ‘Risk Management Tools and Practices’, ‘Stress Testing and Risk Regulation’ and ‘Marketplace Lending – An Emerging Asset Class’.A specialist in structured finance and counterparty risk, Jake Cho spoke about the US marketplace (i.e., non-bank) lending sector and facilitated a case-study on recent market volatility around Deutsche Bank.nyif-for-jhc

Labor Commissioner Discusses California’s New Fair Pay Act at LimNexus’s [email protected]

California’s Labor Commissioner, Julie A. Su, spoke at LimNexus’s [email protected] event on October 4, 2016 regarding California’s new Fair Pay Act that took effect January 1, 2016. The audience enjoyed a rare opportunity for an open discussion about the law with the chief of the agency charged with enforcement.The Fair Pay Act prohibits an employer from paying employees of different sex a different wage for “substantially similar work” when viewed as a composite of skill, effort, and responsibility, and performed under similar working conditions. The law has built-in exceptions to equal pay to account for differences in employees’ merit, seniority, production, education, and training. Ms. Su advised that employers must apply these factors reasonably and must account for the entire wage differential.Ms. Su shared that the law is new and evolving, and that there are more questions than answers to complicated issues at this time. She acknowledged that wage differences are sometimes linked to implicit biases, or may be the result of a telling statistic that 57% of men negotiate their starting salary while only 7% of women do so. Ms. Su lauded proactive efforts by employers that are making efforts to remediate pay differences, and encouraged others to do the same.2016-panel-3-photo-4 img__julie_su_7295a-01107988 2016-panel-3-photo-1

LimNexus Presents 9th California Bar Foundation’s Diversity Scholarship to Corinna Jiang

LimNexus joins leading law firms, organizations and corporations again to award diverse law students as a supporter of the California Bar Foundation Diversity Scholarship program. “It’s a privilege to be a part of this program that recognizes and awards so many talented students,” commented Arnold Barba, Partner at LimNexus and Board Member of California Bar Foundation.“It is an honor to be the recipient of the 2016 1L Diversity Scholarship as this donation is a lifetime of support. LimNexus's dedication to diversity and the future of legal scholars is exemplified by their longtime support as a sponsor of the CA Bar Foundation. Their generosity inspires me, in the near future, to help others and give back to the community,” said Corinna on September 22, 2016 at the annual CA Bar Foundation Scholarship and Award Ceremony. Corinna plans to use her legal education to improve the criminal and juvenile justice system through public policy advocacy.2016-cbf-scholarship-3
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