Paula Kim achieves results.
The combination of her quality legal skills and dedication to understanding her client’s business and objectives, enables Paula to provide significant value to clients in varied industries for a diverse array of litigation disputes. She represents individual officers and directors, entrepreneurs, and publicly traded and privately held businesses in industries including the banking and financial, health, energy, insurance, manufacturing, and professional services industries.
Paula’s litigation experience includes disputes involving:
- Securities and securities fraud
- Fraud and business torts
- Officer and director liability
- Corporate governance
- Real estate and property rights
- Trusts and estates
- Class action defense
- Constitutional law
- Claims for injunctive relief such as temporary restraining orders
- Wrongful death and products liability
Paula has also represented clients in both state and federal trial and appellate courts. She has successfully defended appeals in the areas of professional negligence, trusts and estates, business torts, and contract disputes.
Beyond her usual areas of practice, Paula is also committed to public service through extensive pro bono work in the areas of constitutional law, immigration law, housing discrimination, and family law. She won political asylum for a client from Africa, successfully appealed a prisoner’s rights case, and successfully argued before the chief judge of the Seventh Circuit in a case involving procedural due process.