Kim is an accomplished commercial, regulatory and administrative law lawyer. Practicing for more than a decade as a leading specialist in one of Canada’s pre-eminent corporate law firms, he has honed his counselling, negotiation and litigation experience with a particular focus on the following:
Kim speaks and writes frequently and is an active member in the American Bar Association Business Law Section and Section of Antitrust Law. Kim is the current Chair, Marketing Practices of the Canadian Bar Association National Competition Section.
Recent Speaking Engagements
Jan. 2011 — Conference Panel Speaker, Canadian Institute 17th Annual Advertising and Marketing Law Conference
Dec. 2010 — Speaker, CBA National Competition Law Section, Marketing Practices and Young Lawyers: “The Possible, the Permissible and the Advisable — Rendering Valued Advice in Marketing Practices” (Panel on Marketing Practices)
April 2010 — Conference Panel Speaker, Advertising & Marketing Law and Compliance for Financial Institutions (The Canadian Institute): “Ensuring Compliance Online: Implementing Internet, Social Media and Email Advertising Regulations”
Sept. 2009 — Expert Witness before the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Industry, Trade and Commerce concerning Bill C-27 (Electronic Commerce Protection Act)
Sept. 2009 — Conference Panel Speaker, CBA National Competition Law Section Fall Conference: “Little White Lies and Indictable Offences” (Expert Panel on Marketing Practices)
May 2009 — “Economic Analysis and Merger Review in Canada,” a seminar provided to the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China delegation
2009-2010 — Numerous marketing practices, regulated products and competition law compliance seminars
Fall 2010 — “Misleading Advertising, Deceptive Telemarketing and Multi-level Marketing” and “Distribution and Pricing Practices”, Chapters 4 and 5 in Competition Act & Commentary – 10th Edition (LexisNexis Canada)
May 2009 — “Advertising, Competition and Restraint of Trade,” Chapter 5 in Canadian Legal Practice – A Guide for the 21st Century (LexisNexis Canada)
Oct. 2009 — “Bureau Guidelines on Consumer Rebate Promotions” in The Competitor
2008-2010 — Authoring various public consultation submissions concerning proposed federal legislative amendments and policy guidance
Other engagements include a special seminar on Canadian competition law and trade remedies law for senior competition and trade personnel at the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China in Beijing and a presentation on intellectual property licensing and competition issues at the Beijing Foreign Studies University.
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