Sung Kim is an associate in the firm’s New York office. He focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation.
Defending pharmaceutical manufacturers in false claims act litigations brought by the federal government, state Attorneys General and class action plaintiffs in federal and state courts.
Representing generic pharmaceutical companies in Hatch-Waxman (ANDA) litigation.
Representing dietary supplement company in Lanham Act false advertising and trademark infringement litigation against competitors and distributors.
Representing real estate investment company in dispute arising from mortgage loan participation agreements.
Represented global real estate developer in ICC arbitration against sub-contractor in connection with an international business district development project.
Represented financial institution and subsidiary in dispute arising from logistics servicing agreement and warehousing of metals traded on the London Metal Exchange.
Represented commercial bank in lawsuit arising out of bank’s role as indenture trustee and prosecuted related claims against third-party defendants.
Defended and obtained dismissal of consumer complaint brought against Japanese manufacturer of performance vehicles.
Defended and obtained dismissal of lawsuit arising from client’s lease dispute with diamond trader.
Memberships & Associations
Asian American Bar Association of New York
Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York
Oxford Alumni Association of New York, Executive Committee
Honors & Awards
Selected to New York Metro Super Lawyers – Rising Stars, 2012.
Represented freelance designer in contract dispute with out-of-state multimedia company and recovered full damages plus pre-judgment interest (case referred by Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts).