Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. welcomes Principal Tae Y. Kim

June 18, 2024

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Tae Kim

Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. proudly announces that Tae Y. Kim has joined the firm as a principal. A talented trial lawyer and insightful business counselor, Kim’s unwavering commitment, relentless work ethic and collaborative, congenial nature have earned him the trust of his clients and the respect of his colleagues.

Kim focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, while also serving in an outside general counsel role for businesses from a wide range of industries. This dual courtroom and boardroom experience, and the perspectives gained in each arena, complement and reinforce each other. Kim’s litigation approaches are informed by his appreciation of his clients’ immediate and big-picture business pressures and priorities, while his corporate and transactional counsel always incorporates risk mitigation and avoidance considerations.

According to firm president, Mitchell D. Weinstein, “Kim’s combination of litigation and business experience and his ability to address a broad spectrum of client needs are only part of what makes him an exceptional attorney.”

“Tae’s 360-degree approach and capabilities means that our business clients can make one phone call to get answers and guidance on almost every issue that arises,” Weinstein says. “But what really distinguishes Tae is his absolute dedication to his clients and their success. It is so readily apparent how much that means to him and how much that drives him to go above and beyond to obtain positive results. We are thrilled to have him aboard as a member of the firm.” 

A graduate of the University of Florida, Kim earned his law degree magna cum laude from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. He has been recognized by his peers for his talent and successes, including being named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2024. Kim is an active member of several legal and professional organizations, including the Asian American Bar Association and the Korean American Bar Association, where he focuses on mentoring law students and young attorneys.