Antony (Tony) Kim, a partner in the Washington, D.C., office, is a member of the Antitrust & Competition practice group, and co-chairs the firm's Data Privacy & Security team, which was nationally ranked in 2014 by The Legal 500 for providing "high-level practical experience and understanding of the law" in the fast evolving area of cybercrime services. In 2014, the International Law Office (ILO) and Lexology awarded Tony the exclusive Client Choice award in the Competition category for the District of Columbia and United States region. This award was based on a survey of senior corporate in-house counsel and recognizes law firm partners who add value to clients' businesses, above and beyond other players in the market.
Tony's practice involves the representation of clients in investigations before federal and state regulators, and in private actions and counseling engagements across a broad array of antitrust & competition matters, and consumer-facing matters focused on data privacy, data security & breach response, and sales & marketing. His clients are engaged in diverse industries, such as specialty chemicals, transportation, medical devices, media and newspapers, clothing and fashion, financial services, software and hardware, and a variety of online and mobile platforms.
Tony's Antitrust & Competition experience includes the following:
Tony also has extensive experience in Data Privacy & Security matters in counseling, investigative and litigation roles.
Before joining Orrick, Tony was a member of the litigation and antitrust practice groups at White & Case LLP in Washington, D.C. Prior to law school, he worked in Philadelphia as an asset-investment consultant for corporate defined-benefit and 401(k) portfolios.
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