Bird Marella Obtains Dismissal of Copyright Infringement Lawsuit On Behalf of CJ Entertainment & Media

Kate Shin practices complex civil litigation and has litigated a wide range of business and commercial disputes concerning venture capital, real estate development, entertainment financing, international trade, employment, False Claims Act, intellectual property licensing and infringement.

Kate routinely participates in a broad range of motion practice and trial preparation.  She also has extensive experience in large-scale electronic discovery, having managed multiple teams of discovery attorneys in review process and providing strategic advice to clients regarding document production.

As a first generation Korean American, Kate is fully versed in Korean culture and language.  Having attended a university in South Korea where she studied Korean law, she provides a unique perspective in international legal disputes.

Bird Marella Successfully Defends JM Eagle In High Profile Qui Tam Trial

Bird Marella helped secure a significant victory on behalf of its client JM Eagle, the world’s largest plastic pipe manufacturer, in a long-running False Claims Act case. Following a five-week trial in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, federal judge George Wu declared a mistrial ...

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Bird Marella Prevails in Arbitration over Ownership of $300 Million Company

Bird Marella attorneys Ekwan Rhow, Fanxi Wang and Kate Shin successfully defended London Trust Media, Inc., one of the world’s leading VPN operators, in an arbitration involving equity ownership of the company. In the arbitration, the former CEO alleged that he was entitled to a substantial ownership share ...

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Bird Marella Obtains Dismissal with Prejudice on Behalf of Two British Regulatory Bodies and their Officials

Bird Marella attorneys Mark Drooks, Ashley Bowman, and Kate Shin successfully defended the Law Society of England (LSE) and the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) – entities that regulate the practice of law in the United Kingdom – and five individual officials and employees of those entities, against ...

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Bird Marella Obtains Dismissal of Copyright Infringement Lawsuit On Behalf of CJ Entertainment & Media

Representing Korea’s largest entertainment and media conglomerate, CJ E&M Corporation, and its U.S. subsidiary, CJ E&M America, Inc., Bird Marella prevailed on a motion to dismiss a copyright infringement lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.  The complaint, which sought more than $50M in damages, ...

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