Competition Law in Korea
The main purpose of the book is to broadly discuss the basic rules and procedures about Korea's Competition Law that has rapidly developed during the past 30 years through various regulations and acts. A large portion of book is dedicated to introduce and explain basic concepts and contents of such statues and related rules and guidelines. Thus, most prospective readers of this book are expected to be foreign legal advisers, foreign lawyers, staffs, students, or business persons who have been involved in businesses and related competition law issues. The main goal of this book is to serve as a useful guideline for those in need of basic knowledge of Korean Competition Law and procedures who do not have Korean language ability.
- Paperback | 456 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 26.16mm | 762.03g
- 15 Feb 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Harry Hyungyu Lee
Harry Hyungyu Lee is an attorney licensed to practice in the Republic of Korea and an associate of Bae, Kim & Lee, LLC, since 2007. His specialties are in a fields of anti-trust and unfair practice law, general corporation Law, administrative law, and litigation. He majored in law at Korea University School of Law and is a graduate of Emory University School of Law. Previously, he was acted as an advisor to Korea Creative Contents Agency advising on anti-trust issues since February 2013 and held lectures at various corporations and associations, including Korea Fair Competition Federation and LawnB. Mr. Lee has published several books and academic journals related to anti-trust, corporate, consumer protection and competition.