DATE
Tuesday, 8 Sep 2020

TIME
4:00PM 

VENUE
Live Virtual

 


Event Overview

For 2021 and beyond, uncertainty is the only certainty. From technological development, ever-changing foreign policies, on-going trade wars, to the unfolding pandemic concerns, the combined situation escalates more business risks and affects business activities in both public and private sectors. Naturally, government regulations and policy enforcement also progressively evolve to better govern such rapidly-changing market environments. 

In these circumstances, how can companies robustly adapt to the changes, effectively enhance their compliance and risk management programs, and strategically build comprehensive systems to retain their business edge?

In this webinar, experts from Bae, Kim & Lee LLC (a leading Asian law firm, headquartered in Seoul, Korea) will explore the latest developments in regulatory compliance in the Korean market, the trends and prospects for 2021. The webinar will also shed light on practical business strategies and measures that companies can readily take in response to the investigations requests by the Korean government agencies, which have recently become more stringent.

It is now the time to get accustomed and well prepared for the less-travelled path ahead of the year 2021 and the impending times of uncertainty. 

Get a head-start momentum by hearing from the experts.

Key Topics

  • Regulatory horizon scanning: What should be on in-house counsel's radar for 2021?
  • What are the regulatory changes that can impact your business operations in 2021? 
  • Understanding different government-agencies’ scope of authority, trends of regulations and enforcements
  • Korea Employment Law updates 2021
  • Handling dawn raid and unexpected inspections: what system and policies to put in place to stay fully prepared 
  • Handling a government investigations request: What events commonly trigger the investigations? What enforcement and actions can be taken against a company? What corporate counsel should do in such circumstances? 

Who Should Attend?

  • Corporate In-House Counsel
  • General, Legal and Corporate Counsel
  • Chief Legal/Ethics/Integrity/Risk Officers
  • Heads of Corporate Legal, Compliance and Governance
  • Corporate Legal and Compliance Directors, Managers and Executives 
  • Head of Internal Audit and Risk Management 
  • CEOs, CFOs and Company Secretaries

* Free registration exclusively for all in-house legal counsels, general counsel, business leaders from corporations.  All confirmed participants will be notified via email. ALB reserves the right to cancel any registrations at any time if they do not meet the profile stated above.

DATE
Tuesday, 8 Sep 2020

TIME
4:00PM 

VENUE
Live Virtual

 


Event Overview

For 2021 and beyond, uncertainty is the only certainty. From technological development, ever-changing foreign policies, on-going trade wars, to the unfolding pandemic concerns, the combined situation escalates more business risks and affects business activities in both public and private sectors. Naturally, government regulations and policy enforcement also progressively evolve to better govern such rapidly-changing market environments. 

In these circumstances, how can companies robustly adapt to the changes, effectively enhance their compliance and risk management programs, and strategically build comprehensive systems to retain their business edge?

In this webinar, experts from Bae, Kim & Lee LLC (a leading Asian law firm, headquartered in Seoul, Korea) will explore the latest developments in regulatory compliance in the Korean market, the trends and prospects for 2021. The webinar will also shed light on practical business strategies and measures that companies can readily take in response to the investigations requests by the Korean government agencies, which have recently become more stringent.

It is now the time to get accustomed and well prepared for the less-travelled path ahead of the year 2021 and the impending times of uncertainty. 

Get a head-start momentum by hearing from the experts.

Key Topics

  • Regulatory horizon scanning: What should be on in-house counsel's radar for 2021?
  • What are the regulatory changes that can impact your business operations in 2021? 
  • Understanding different government-agencies’ scope of authority, trends of regulations and enforcements
  • Korea Employment Law updates 2021
  • Handling dawn raid and unexpected inspections: what system and policies to put in place to stay fully prepared 
  • Handling a government investigations request: What events commonly trigger the investigations? What enforcement and actions can be taken against a company? What corporate counsel should do in such circumstances? 

Who Should Attend?

  • Corporate In-House Counsel
  • General, Legal and Corporate Counsel
  • Chief Legal/Ethics/Integrity/Risk Officers
  • Heads of Corporate Legal, Compliance and Governance
  • Corporate Legal and Compliance Directors, Managers and Executives 
  • Head of Internal Audit and Risk Management 
  • CEOs, CFOs and Company Secretaries

* Free registration exclusively for all in-house legal counsels, general counsel, business leaders from corporations.  All confirmed participants will be notified via email. ALB reserves the right to cancel any registrations at any time if they do not meet the profile stated above.

Moderator

  • Sejin KIM, Foreign Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC

 

Panellists

  • Jun Ki PARK, Attorney, Partner, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC
  • Maria Chang, Foreign Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC
  • Chris Kim, Foreign Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC
  • Hye Chong Elizabeth YU, Foreign Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC

Speakers Profile

Sejin KIM, BKL

Sejin KIM, Foreign Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC

Mr Kim's work centers on the areas of international arbitration and litigation, international investment and trades, and international energy and minerals development. He is admitted to practice in the State of New York and is a fluent speaker of both English and Korean.

Jun Ki PARK, BKL

Jun Ki PARK, Attorney, Partner, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC

Jun Ki Park is a partner at Bae, Kim & Lee focusing on Compliance & Anti-Corruption Practice, Criminal Defense, and Arbitration & Cross-Border Litigation. Mr.Park has extensive experience in corporate investigations and criminal defense of a wide range of Korean and multi-national corporations, and advises on compliance and internal investigation matters. Mr. Park has also represented various clients in a wide array of cross-border litigations. Mr. Park received his B.A. from Harvard College in 1995, and received his LL.M from Columbia Law School in 2013. He is admitted to the Korean Bar Association.

Maria Chang_BKL

Maria Chang, Foreign Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC

Maria Chang is a foreign legal advisor in the firm’s tax practice group. Her main practice areas involve international trade and customs, tax dispute resolutions and general tax and customs-related advisory services. Prior to joining Bae, Kim & Lee LLC in 2009, Maria Chang worked at the Seoul office of PricewaterhouseCoopers from 2006 to 2009, specializing in various customs matters relevant to multinational clients.

 

Chris Kim_BKL

 

Chris Kim, Foreign Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC

Chris Kim is a partner (senior foreign attorney) in the Corporate Group. His primary practice includes regulatory investigations, funds and asset management, financial regulations, derivatives, securities, licensing, insurance and compliance matters. Prior to joining Bae, Kim and Lee, he served as Head of Legal at Barclays Korea advising on complex regulatory matters, various products and transactions. Mr. Kim also worked at a number of global banks in Hong Kong, Singapore and Korea.

Hye Chong Elizabeth YU_BKL

Hye Chong Elizabeth YU, Foreign Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC

HC Elizabeth YU is a US licensed attorney (Florida, US) and co-heads the Labor and Employment Practice Group at BKL. She has spent almost 20 years assisting clients navigate the diverse and intricate employment laws of multiple jurisdictions whether inbound into Korea or expanding out to other jurisdictions. Her specialty in employment and labor is supplemented by her in-depth experiences in corporate restructuring, compliance/anti-corruption and corporate governance issues. Prior to joining BKL, she was a Partner at Kim & Chang, and served as Senior Director, Regional Counsel for Applied Materials. She obtained her law degree from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law (J.D.) and has been admitted to the bar in the state of Florida, US since 2001.

DATE
Tuesday, 8 Sep 2020

TIME
4:00PM 

VENUE
Live Virtual

 


Event Overview

  • Regulatory horizon scanning: What should be on in-house counsel's radar for 2021?
  • What are the regulatory changes that can impact your business operations in 2021? 
  • Understanding different government-agencies’ scope of authority, trends of regulations and enforcements 
  • Korea Employment Law updates 2021
  • Handling dawn raid and unexpected inspections: what system and policies to put in place to stay fully prepared 
  • Handling a government investigations request: What events commonly trigger the investigations? What enforcement and actions can be taken against a company? What corporate counsel should do in such circumstances? 

 

Who Should Attend?

  • Corporate In-House Counsels 
  • General, Legal and Corporate Counsels
  • Chief Legal/Ethics/Integrity/Risk Officers
  • Heads of Corporate Legal, Compliance and Governance
  • Corporate Legal and Compliance Directors, Managers and Executives 
  • Head of Internal Audit and Risk Management 
  • CEOs, CFOs and Company Secretaries 
DATE
Tuesday, 8 Sep 2020

TIME
4:00PM 

VENUE
Live Virtual

 


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