Matthew F. Jones

Kim & Chang (Seoul)
Lawyer (Associate)

Matthew F. Jones is a senior foreign attorney at Kim & Chang, with specialties in labor and employment law and anti-trust law. With respect to labor and employment law, Mr. Jones has extensive experience in advising companies on various employment and labor-related matters including, but not limited to, restructuring programs, collective bargaining negotiations and strategy, labor-related issues in M&A, crisis management and business transfers and acquisitions. With respect to anti-trust law, Mr. Jones has represented numerous multi-national corporations being investigated by the Korea Fair Trade Commission (“KFTC”) for engaging in alleged cartels and unfair business practices. He also regularly advises clients on anti-trust compliance issues and often is requested to conduct anti-trust training programs for employees of multi-national companies in Korea. In addition to the above, Mr. Jones regularly advises corporations on all types of transactions, disputes and investigations.

Linked authors

Mayer Brown (Paris)
J. Sagar Associates (Mumbai)
ASML (Veldhoven)
Scharf Banks Marmor (Chicago)
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (Brussels)
British Competition Authority - CMA (London)
Rajah & Tann (Singapore)
Sari Eldin & Partners

Articles

1853 Review

Ahmet Buğra Aydın, Akira Inoue, Amanda Bodger, Arti Raghavan, Bilal Shaukat, Chang-Sik Hwang, David Tadmor, Douwe Groenevelt, Edward William Batchelor, Farhad Sorabjee, Gillian Sproul, Gönenç Gürkaynak, Gustavo Flausino Coelho, Jean-Maxime Blutel, Kala Anandarajah, Khaled Attia, Kylie Sturtz, Madeleine Renaud, Marilyn Leblanc, Mario Vogl, Martin Nedelka, Matthew F. Jones, Nathalie Jalabert-Doury, Reeti Choudhary, Shai Bakal, Simon Albert, Simone Evans, Theodore L. Banks, Zeynep Ortaç Best practices for compliance programs: Results of an international survey

1853

All companies should employ competition law compliance progams in an attempt to ensure their their employees will follow these complicated laws. Yet, enforcers’ support for competition law compliance programs is wildly inconsistent. A few provide guidance about compliance, and will consider a (...)

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