Doing Business in Korea and With Korean Companies in the U.S.

April 30, 2013

We invite you to join James L. Park, Chairman-Global Auto Systems, Inc., Joel Ewanick, former VP, Global Chief Marketing Officer-General Motors and Hoon Noh, Senior Counsel and Assistant Leader, Korea Team-Dykema, as they discuss—via webcast from Dykema's LA office—the current strategic, trade, political and legal issues involved in conducting business with Korea-based OEMs, suppliers and others entities in the automotive sector. The group will also discuss the challenges and opportunities in doing business today with U.S.-based subsidiaries of Korean firms.

Jin-Kyu Koh, member of the Firm and Leader of Dykema's Korea Team, will moderate this panel discussion.

Korea matters for two reasons: it is one of the largest and most sophisticated automobile-producing nations in the world—the fifth-largest in terms of assembled autos, and the sixth-largest in terms of auto export volume. And it adjoins North Korea, whose recent saber-rattling has focused the world's attention on that country's military might and missile-launching capabilities.

This webcast discussion promises to be timely, important and useful. We hope you'll join us.

Event Information

This webcast is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30, 2013. It will originate from Dykema’s Los Angeles Office and will start at 9:00 a.m. (PST)

To attend in-person (Los Angeles):

Los Angeles Office
333 South Grand Avenue
Suite 2100
Los Angeles, CA 90071

To view in Dykema’s Detroit Office, with Aleks Miziolek, Director-Automotive Industry Group. Start time is 12 noon (EST):

Detroit Office
400 Renaissance Center
23rd Floor, Dykema Room
Detroit, MI 48243

Whether you plan to attend in Los Angeles or Detroit—or choose to participate remotely (details provided below)—please RSVP to Lillie Vaughn at 313-568-6823 or

If you are unable to attend in person, other options are provided below.

To join the online event, click here and click on "Join Now."
Event number: 298 260 774
Event password: dai_april

To join the teleconference only: 
Call: (415) 655-0001
Access code: 298 260 774