LKP Global Law Strengthens Its Corporate Practice With Addition of Former Buchalter Nemer Corporate Lawyer Donald Lee
Century City, CA (June 8, 2011) - LKP Global Law, LLP, a Los Angeles based law firm with global clients, announced today that Donald S. Lee has joined the firm as a partner in the Corporate Department. Mr. Lee, previously a Partner in the Corporate Department at Buchalter Nemer, specializes in representing start-up, emerging growth and middle market companies as their outside general counsel, advising companies and investors on equity and debt financing deals and representing buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisitions transactions. His clients include entrepreneurs and companies in a variety of industries, including technology, digital media, consumer products (including food and beverage, beauty and pet), retail, financial services and other verticals. He also advises venture capital funds, private equity groups and other institutional investors.
"Don's deep experience in private financing deals and M&A transactions is a strategic complement to our public securities and M&A practice," said Kevin K. Leung, Chair of LKP Global Law's Executive Committee. "Don's practice will enable us to provide enhanced corporate transactional capabilities, to work with companies earlier in their development and further broaden our growing client base."
"We are delighted to have attracted such a talented and well respected lawyer to our relatively young firm," stated Young Jun Kim, a partner in LKP Global Law's Corporate Department. "We first met Don as a lawyer on the other side of a deal. He saw firsthand our commitment in representing our clients and in producing excellent legal work. As he learned more about our firm and what we are building here at LKP Global, he wanted to become a part of it. Don's arrival demonstrates our ongoing commitment to expanding our practice capabilities, legal excellence and attracting high caliber lawyers to our growing firm."
Mr. Lee received his law degree from the University of Kansas and his B.A. with honors in Political Science from Stanford University.