John H Choi is a senior foreign attorney at Shin & Kim and a member of the firm's antitrust practice group. He has been at the forefront of many of the leading antitrust cases, including major international cartel cases and abuse of market dominance cases. Mr Choi was also an adjunct professor of law at Seoul National University, College of Law, Korea's top undergraduate school of law, and has been ranked by Chambers Asia and The Legal 500 Asia. Mr Choi has been a non-government adviser for the International Competition Network.
Mr Choi's recent notable public engagements include speaking at the ICN 2015 annual meeting on Making Efficiency Assessments More Effective; lecturing at Korea University on conglomerate mergers; speaking at various GCR conferences; speaking at the ECCK luncheon, “Competition Law 2015 – Panorama of antitrust enforcement in Europe and Korea”; and presenting on US and EU enforcement practices at a cartel workshop hosted by the KFTC. Mr Choi has also been prolific writer. In recent years, he co-authored various article, including "Legal Issues Related to SEPs and FRAND" in Global IP Trends, from the Korea Institute of Intellectual Property, December 2015; “South Korea Special Focus – IPR Guidelines Revised: Tackling unreasonable behaviour”, in IFLR, March 2015; and the Korea chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Competition Litigation, Global Legal Group, 2010–2015.
WWL says: John Choi is very well respected in the market for his "resourcefulness and significant work in this field"
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