Kim is an associate in the Antirust, Trade and Competition team based in the Tokyo office.
Her experience includes both advisory work as well as litigation on cartels, abuse of dominance and state aide matters before the Belgian and European competition authorities. Kim provides support to clients for creating compliance programs and offers training sessions/presentations on different topics related to competition law.
Kim also assists clients with the competition law aspects of their M&A projects and ensures merger filings before the competent authorities.
She works across all sectors, including regulated markets such as telecommunications and financial services.
Kim speaks English, Dutch, French and Spanish.
Prior to joining Freshfield’s Tokyo office, Kim worked at a leading international law firm in Brussels and she completed a traineeship at the European Commission’s DG Competition.
Representing the Belgian railway infrastructure operator as an interested third party before the European Commission in the context of the EC Siemens / Alstom merger review procedure*
Analysis of a high-speed rail company’s complex shareholder relations and implementing competition law compliance measures*
Acting as one of the national experts for Belgium in a Study ordered by the European Commission on the enforcement of State aid rules and decisions by national courts*
Representing the Belgian State in a request for a preliminary ruling before the Court of Justice of the EU about the recovery of state aid from Oracle, following Commission recovery decision regarding the Belgian excess profit exemption*