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Woojin Shin

Of Counsel

101 Constitution Avenue, NW
Suite 900
Washington, D.C., 20001
woojin.shin@nelsonmullins.com

Woojin Shin is of counsel in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Washington, DC office, where he serves Korean companies primarily in the infrastructure, automotive, defense, and consumer goods industries. Mr. Shin regularly counsels Korean multinational companies on their corporate, financial, and regulatory issues. He understands the legal needs of Korean clients and provides creative...

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Woojin Shin is of counsel in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Washington, DC office, where he serves Korean companies primarily in the infrastructure, automotive, defense, and consumer goods industries. Mr. Shin regularly counsels Korean multinational companies on their corporate, financial, and regulatory issues. He understands the legal needs of Korean clients and provides creative and effective solutions to complex issues encountered in business transactions and operations in the United States and other countries.

In addition, Mr. Shin advises Korean corporate and governmental clients on U.S. federal and state government relations issues relating to U.S. trade policy and industry regulations. He provides Korean clients strategic counsel on U.S. policy issues combined with deep understanding in their business culture and objectives. 

Prior to his legal career, Mr. Shin worked for the marketing team of a Korean subsidiary of a multinational financial company, where he served as an elected member of its labor management committee. He also served in the Korean Army and was stationed at the Capital Defense Command for 2.5 years.

and effective solutions to complex issues encountered in business transactions and operations in the United States and other countries.

In addition, Mr. Shin advises Korean corporate and governmental clients on U.S. federal and state government relations issues relating to U.S. trade policy and industry regulations. He provides Korean clients strategic counsel on U.S. policy issues combined with deep understanding in their business culture and objectives. 

Prior to his legal career, Mr. Shin worked for the marketing team of a Korean subsidiary of a multinational financial company, where he served as an elected member of its labor management committee. He also served in the Korean Army and was stationed at the Capital Defense Command for 2.5 years.

Woojin Shin is of counsel in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Washington, DC office, where he serves Korean companies primarily in the infrastructure, automotive, defense, and consumer goods industries. Mr. Shin regularly counsels Korean multinational companies on their corporate, financial, and regulatory issues. He understands the legal needs of Korean clients and provides creative... and effective solutions to complex issues encountered in business transactions and operations in the United States and other countries.

In addition, Mr. Shin advises Korean corporate and governmental clients on U.S. federal and state government relations issues relating to U.S. trade policy and industry regulations. He provides Korean clients strategic counsel on U.S. policy issues combined with deep understanding in their business culture and objectives. 

Prior to his legal career, Mr. Shin worked for the marketing team of a Korean subsidiary of a multinational financial company, where he served as an elected member of its labor management committee. He also served in the Korean Army and was stationed at the Capital Defense Command for 2.5 years.

Experience

Following is a selected sampling of matters and is provided for informational purposes only. Past success does not indicate the likelihood of success in any future matter.

Experience

  • Represented a Korean bank holding company in an acquisition of a bank in California
  • Represented a Korean business conglomerate in an equity investment in a healthcare enterprise in the United States
  • Represented a Korean power company in its investment in multiple greenfield and brownfield energy projects in the United States and the Caribbean
  • Advised a Korean power company on a wide range of corporate and tax matters in connection with the operation of its U.S. subsidiary that owns six renewable power plants in the U.S.
  • Represented a Korean government-owned energy enterprise in litigation related to intellectual property
  • Represented a major Korean manufacturing enterprise in an investigation on potential U.S. FCPA violations
  • Represented a Korean automotive company in its expansion of sales networks in a Latin American country
  • Advises Korean governmental and corporate clients on U.S. federal and state government relations issues
  • Represents a Korean electronics company in a strategic joint venture with its competitors

Languages

Education

  • Emory University School of Law, JD
  • Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, BA

Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • New York
  • Virginia

Practice Areas

  • International Association of Korean Lawyers
  • New York State Bar Association
  • District of Columbia Bar Association
  • Virginia Bar Association
     
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