Jean Kim is a partner in the New York office of Constantine Cannon. Jean concentrates her practice on antitrust litigation and counseling and general commercial litigation.
Jean has extensive experience in antitrust, First Amendment, class action and general commercial litigation. She has litigated in federal and state courts in the Second, Third, Fifth, Sixth, Ninth and Eleventh Circuits. Although many of her matters have successfully settled prior to trial, she has participated in federal trials, preliminary injunction/TRO proceedings and evidentiary hearings. Jean also has significant experience collecting evidence and testimony abroad under the Hague Convention.
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In addition to her extensive litigation experience, Jean has counseled clients on issues of compliance with federal and state antitrust laws. She has represented clients before the Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice and State Attorneys General in response to civil investigation demands and second requests in connection with the merger review process.
Prior to joining Constantine Cannon, Jean was an associate at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. Jean focused her practice on merger analysis and review, and represented numerous Fortune 500 companies and foreign corporations before the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice in connection with the merger review process.
Jean heads up the pro bono practice at Constantine Cannon and has worked with numerous pro bono clients, obtaining tax-exempt status for not-for-profit organizations, drafting bylaws and articles of incorporation, and advising on corporate governance. She has also represented clients under the Violence Against Women Act to procure work authorization and other INS approvals for victims of domestic violence. More recently, she has lead the firm’s efforts on the Immigration Project and overseen the firm’s representation of clients seeking asylum.
Jean received her juris doctor from Hastings College of the Law in 1999 and her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and English from Williams College in 1995.
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Thompson Reuters publishes article by Constantine Cannon partners Gordon Schnell and Jean Kim. (April 2, 2013) Click here to read the article.Read More