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Tony D. Shin

Mr. Shin is a member of both the firm’s Litigation and Corporate Departments. His litigation practice is a broad-based one, including experience handling consumer class actions involving unfair competition, false advertising, privacy, and state consumer protection laws; employment disputes; insurance coverage disputes; and other general business litigation matters. His growing corporate practice focuses on providing corporate and securities counsel to a mix of emerging growth and middle-market companies as well as other general corporate and commercial matters.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining TroyGould, Mr. Shin served as in-house counsel at Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. in Seoul, Korea, where he handled and oversaw commercial litigation for Samsung worldwide, with a focus on consumer class actions, commercial business disputes, government investigations and international arbitrations. He also regularly advised senior executive management and business units on day-to-day legal issues, business risks and compliance.

Languages

Mr. Shin is fluent in Korean.

  • Representation of emerging growth and middle-market companies in corporate formation and restructuring matters, including providing counsel on federal and state securities issues
  • Representation of global electronics company in wide range of litigation matters, including consumer class actions involving unfair competition, false advertising, privacy, and violation of state consumer protection laws; licensing disputes; False Claims Act litigation; employment disputes; and product liability
  • Representation of global electronics company in international arbitrations involving disputes over licensing agreements and supply/distributor agreements
  • Representation of numerous insurance companies as coverage counsel in environmental remediation and construction litigation
  • Representation of numerous retail companies in premises liability matters
  • Counsel to numerous insurance companies on complex insurance coverage matters