Korean in-house associations co-host mentoring seminar

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In a first for Korea’s two in-house counsel associations, the Korea In-house Counsel Association (KICA) and the In-house Counsel Forum (IHCF) co-hosted a mentoring seminar on “lawyer’s attitudes in responding to digital revolution, business innovation” on 30 October at the Seoul Palace Gangnam Hotel.

With more than 100 lawyers in attendance, Lee Jae-woong, chief executive of ride hailing app Tada, put forward his entrepreneurial experience with a retrospective of the founding of the Hanmail service in the 1990s, and also expressed his views on the regulatory environment in the era of IT and the digital revolution, as well as what he looks for from a legal advisory role in such industries. Lee also made a brief personal comment on the issues confronting Tada, which has recently been prosecuted for violations of relevant law.

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