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Doing Business in South Korea from a Legal Perspective

Date: Thursday, March 12, 2015 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Venue: Honors Room / Minnesota State Bar Association  Minneapolis, MN United States  Get Directions
Total Price: $20.00

Deadline to Register: March 10, 2015

This CLE will provide participants with information about the economy and jurisprudence of South Korea. The speaker will introduce certain salient aspects of foreign direct investment as well as the impact of US-Korea Free Trade Agreement on the legal services industry in South Korea, and discuss some unique business customs and social norms in South Korea that might help American businesspersons/lawyers understand the way business and transactions are handled in South Korea.

There will be a Council meeting at 11:30 a.m. The program will begin at Noon. 


Youn-Jin Kim,  Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly LLP
Mr. Kim has both Korean and U.S. law degrees, and experience working as an attorney in both South Korea and the United States.

CLE Credits:

1.0 Standard CLE Credit applied | Event Code: 202198

Cost (includes lunch):

Section Members: $10
MSBA Members: $15
Non-MSBA Members $20
Law Students: FREE

Join the International Business Law Section (IBLS) and attend the CLE for FREE !  MSBA members who are not members of IBLS can join the section and attend the CLE for free. Not available for online registration. Must call Tram Nguyen at 612.278.6316 to register under this option.

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Remote Participation: 

Participation by teleconference and webcast is available.  Please indicate remote participation when registering.  Instructions will be sent via email one day prior to the program.

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Questions? Contact Tram Nguyen  | 612-278-6316

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