Barack Ferrazzano Welcomes Samuel Kim to Motor Vehicle Group
Barack Ferrazzano is pleased to announce Samuel K. Kim has joined as a new corporate associate of the Firm's Motor Vehicle Group.
At Barack Ferrazzano, Sam will concentrate his practice on corporate and transactional matters for motor vehicle manufacturers, including assisting these clients with complex contractual matters, dealer network transactions and counseling on dealer network programs and policies. For the past six years, he has been assisting investors, private equity firms and publicly-traded companies with complex corporate transactions, gaining valuable experience in a wide variety of matters and high value transactions. Previously an associate with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, Sam received his J.D. from the University of Southern California Law School and his B.A. in Political Economy of Industrialized Societies from the University of California, Berkeley.
"With recent developments in the motor vehicle industry affecting the extensive network of manufacturers, suppliers and dealerships in the U.S. and around the world, we're happy to be in a position to add new talent, such as Sam Kim, to the Group. His experience will be a great asset as we continue to guide our clients through the issues they encounter in this industry." – Sarah M. Bernstein, Motor Vehicle Group Transactional Chair
About the Motor Vehicle Group
The Motor Vehicle Group works with automotive, truck and motorcycle manufacturers across the country and around the world to implement market representation and development initiatives, litigate protests and lawsuits, and develop effective dealer agreements, standards, and policies. Our attorneys are knowledgeable and creative strategic partners. Whether litigating, counseling, or negotiating transactions on behalf of our clients, we bring to the table extensive in-depth knowledge of the motor vehicle industry and exceptional legal ability, a combination that uniquely positions us to help our clients efficiently and effectively solve difficult problems and achieve their business objectives.