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Anthony (Haejin) JEONG Attorney (Admitted in New York)

Anthony (Haejin) JEONG Attorney
Anthony (Haejin) JEONG Attorney

Anthony (Haejin) JEONGAttorney (Admitted in New York)

T.+82-2-3703-4535 F.+82-2-737-9091/9092 E.anthony.jeong@kimchang.com

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Anthony Jeong is a senior foreign attorney at Kim & Chang. He practices primarily in the area of government contracts, labor and employment, immigration, and antitrust and competition. 

Mr. Jeong has extensive experience in the aerospace and defense industries. During his service as a judge advocate in the Republic of Korea Army (ROKA), he served as a Legal Officer for Foreign Contracts at the Defense Procurement Agency (DPA), where he reviewed and negotiated procurement contracts, mostly for weapon systems for the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) and the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN). He was also a member of the task force aimed at reforming the defense acquisition system and a founding member of the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), where he was honorably discharged in 2006. As a member of the firm’s Aerospace & Defense Practice, he has represented global defense companies in DAPA acquisition projects as well as Agency for Defense Development (ADD) R&D projects. He also advised multinational companies in non-military tenders solicited by the Public Procurement Service (PPS). 

Mr. Jeong is also a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice. He advises foreign companies doing business in Korea on a broad range of day-to-day HR issues, including rules of employment, wages and compensation, termination, and retirement benefits. He also has extensive experience in immigration and visa related matters. As a core member of the Immigration Team, he advises multinational companies on various visa and residency related issues in connection with mobilizing executives, engineers and skilled workers to Korea. 

As a member of the firm’s Antitrust & Competition Practice, he has advised a broad range of companies in distribution agreements and terminations, and assisted with franchise transactions and registrations for clients in food and beverage, fashion, education and hotel industries. He co-authored a number of franchise publications, including the International Franchise Lawyers Association’s “The Franchisor’s Guide to International Franchising” (Korea Chapter). In 2018, he was nominated as “one of the world’s leading practitioners” by Who’s Who Legal. 

Mr. Jeong received a B.A. from the New York University in 1997 and a J.D. from the Michigan State University in 2001. He is admitted to the New York bar. 

Profile

Experience

Kim & Chang (2012-Present)

Lee & Ko (2006-2012)

Defense Acquisition Program Administration (2006)

National Defense Acquisition Reform Working Group, Office for Government Policy Coordination, Office of the Prime Minister (2005-2006)

Defense Procurement Agency, Ministry of National Defense (2003-2005)

United States Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration (2001)

United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan Southern Division (2000)

Representative Mattersshow

Aerospace & Defense: 
 
  • Defended a global defense company in alleged violation of the Military Secret Protection Act. 
  • Represented major US and European companies in procurement projects with DAPA. 
  • Represented a local ship manufacturer in a procurement project with the Indian Ministry of Defense, including technology licensing. 
  • Advised a major Israeli company in procurement projects with DAPA. 
  • Advised a local airline company in procurement projects with ADD. 
  • Advised a major US safety equipment manufacturer in projects with DAPA. 
  • Advised DAPA on competitive bidding related policy issues in weapon system procurements. 
  • Represented a security service provider in a bid protect against US military base in Korea. 
  • Advised various defense companies on contract law issues and bid protests. 
  • Advised various defense companies on matters concerning contract interpretation, offset guidelines, agency relationships and anti-corruption law compliance, and DAPA practices. 
  • Represented a global defense company in a claim for improper imposition of liquidated damages by DAPA.
 
Labor & Employment: 
 
  • Advised foreign companies and subsidiaries on rules of employment, wages and compensation, termination and retirement benefits 
  • Advised multinational companies in visa and residency and other immigration matters in connection with global mobilization and foreign investment.
 
Antitrust & Competition: 
 
  • Advised global franchisors in food and beverage, fashion, education and hotel industries. 
  • Assisted global franchisors in registering disclosure statements with the Korean Fair Trade Commission. 
  • Advised global suppliers in various industries in distributorship and agency transactions with local partners. 
  • Advised global suppliers in termination and dispute with local partners.
     

Representative Activitiesshow

Awards

  • Recognition of Merit, Defense Procurement Agency of the Ministry of National Defense (2003) 
  • Leading Lawyer, Who’s Who Legal: Korea, Franchise (Who’s Who Legal, 2019)

Publications/Activities
    • The Franchisor’s Guide to International Franchising: Korea Section (Co-author, International Franchise Lawyers Association, 2011)

Education

    Michigan State University (J.D., 2001)

    New York University (B.A., Political Science, 1997)

Qualifications

    Admitted to bar, New York, 2002

Languages

Korean and English

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Anthony (Haejin) JEONG
Attorney (Admitted in New York)


T. +82-2-3703-4535      
F. +82-2-737-9091/9092
     


  




Anthony Jeong is a senior foreign attorney at Kim & Chang. He practices primarily in the area of government contracts, labor and employment, immigration, and antitrust and competition. 

Mr. Jeong has extensive experience in the aerospace and defense industries. During his service as a judge advocate in the Republic of Korea Army (ROKA), he served as a Legal Officer for Foreign Contracts at the Defense Procurement Agency (DPA), where he reviewed and negotiated procurement contracts, mostly for weapon systems for the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) and the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN). He was also a member of the task force aimed at reforming the defense acquisition system and a founding member of the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), where he was honorably discharged in 2006. As a member of the firm’s Aerospace & Defense Practice, he has represented global defense companies in DAPA acquisition projects as well as Agency for Defense Development (ADD) R&D projects. He also advised multinational companies in non-military tenders solicited by the Public Procurement Service (PPS). 

Mr. Jeong is also a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice. He advises foreign companies doing business in Korea on a broad range of day-to-day HR issues, including rules of employment, wages and compensation, termination, and retirement benefits. He also has extensive experience in immigration and visa related matters. As a core member of the Immigration Team, he advises multinational companies on various visa and residency related issues in connection with mobilizing executives, engineers and skilled workers to Korea. 

As a member of the firm’s Antitrust & Competition Practice, he has advised a broad range of companies in distribution agreements and terminations, and assisted with franchise transactions and registrations for clients in food and beverage, fashion, education and hotel industries. He co-authored a number of franchise publications, including the International Franchise Lawyers Association’s “The Franchisor’s Guide to International Franchising” (Korea Chapter). In 2018, he was nominated as “one of the world’s leading practitioners” by Who’s Who Legal. 

Mr. Jeong received a B.A. from the New York University in 1997 and a J.D. from the Michigan State University in 2001. He is admitted to the New York bar. 






    Kim & Chang (2012-Present)

    Lee & Ko (2006-2012)

    Defense Acquisition Program Administration (2006)

    National Defense Acquisition Reform Working Group, Office for Government Policy Coordination, Office of the Prime Minister (2005-2006)

    Defense Procurement Agency, Ministry of National Defense (2003-2005)

    United States Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration (2001)

    United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan Southern Division (2000)






Aerospace & Defense: 
 
  •   Defended a global defense company in alleged violation of the Military Secret Protection Act. 
  •   Represented major US and European companies in procurement projects with DAPA. 
  •   Represented a local ship manufacturer in a procurement project with the Indian Ministry of Defense, including technology licensing. 
  •   Advised a major Israeli company in procurement projects with DAPA. 
  •   Advised a local airline company in procurement projects with ADD. 
  •   Advised a major US safety equipment manufacturer in projects with DAPA. 
  •   Advised DAPA on competitive bidding related policy issues in weapon system procurements. 
  •   Represented a security service provider in a bid protect against US military base in Korea. 
  •   Advised various defense companies on contract law issues and bid protests. 
  •   Advised various defense companies on matters concerning contract interpretation, offset guidelines, agency relationships and anti-corruption law compliance, and DAPA practices. 
  •   Represented a global defense company in a claim for improper imposition of liquidated damages by DAPA.
 
Labor & Employment: 
 
  •   Advised foreign companies and subsidiaries on rules of employment, wages and compensation, termination and retirement benefits 
  •   Advised multinational companies in visa and residency and other immigration matters in connection with global mobilization and foreign investment.
 
Antitrust & Competition: 
 
  •   Advised global franchisors in food and beverage, fashion, education and hotel industries. 
  •   Assisted global franchisors in registering disclosure statements with the Korean Fair Trade Commission. 
  •   Advised global suppliers in various industries in distributorship and agency transactions with local partners. 
  •   Advised global suppliers in termination and dispute with local partners.
     





Awards

  •   Recognition of Merit, Defense Procurement Agency of the Ministry of National Defense (2003) 
  •   Leading Lawyer, Who’s Who Legal: Korea, Franchise (Who’s Who Legal, 2019)

Publications/Activities

  •   The Franchisor’s Guide to International Franchising: Korea Section (Co-author, International Franchise Lawyers Association, 2011)





Education

    Michigan State University (J.D., 2001)

    New York University (B.A., Political Science, 1997)


Qualifications

    Admitted to bar, New York, 2002


Languages
  •    Korean and English





Aerospace & Defense ,  Labor & Employment ,  Antitrust & Competition