Shin Hahn is an associate in the Business Trial Practice Group in the firm's New York office.
Areas of Practice
Shin has extensive experience in general commercial litigation. Shin’s practice involves international commercial arbitration, federal and state court litigation, white collar investigation, and bank regulatory inquiries. Shin frequently represents foreign companies and financial institutions in connection with cross-border disputes, contract disputes, tort litigation, regulatory inquiries, and enforcement actions in the United States.
As a native speaker in Korean, Shin represents Korean companies in a wide variety of litigation and investigation matters.
- Representation of a Japanese distributor of medical products in an ICC arbitration;
- Representation of a French distributor of artificial heart pumps in an ICC arbitration;
- Representation of a Korean bank in connection with a potential US sanctions violation;
- Representation of a Korean bank in connection with a bank regulatory enforcement action;
- Representation of U.S. companies in connection with investigations conducted by the Department of Justice;
- Representation of a financial advisor in connection with an SEC investigation.
New York Rising Stars, Super Lawyers, Class Action, 2017-2022
- Law360, 10.04.2021
- Pay attention: Discovery in international arbitration casesDaily Journal, 04.26.2021
- American Bar Association, 01.01.2021
International Arbitration Law Blog Posts
- "The Supreme Court Rules That § 1782 Does Not Apply to Private Arbitrations," August 9, 2022
- "Supreme Court May Be Asked to Decide Whether State Insurance Laws Reverse-Preempt the New York Convention," September 20, 2021
- "US Law Allows Discovery for Foreign Proceedings," February 8, 2019
Government Contracts and Investigations Blog Posts
J.D., Northwestern University School of Law, 2011
M.A., Yonsei University, 2008
B.A., Sogang University, 2006
- New York
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern, Southern, and Western Districts of New York