JESSICA YU ASSOCIATE Jessica Yu is an Associate in the Firm’s Bellevue, Washington office of Wong Fleming. Ms. Yu focuses her practice on tax, immigration, corporate securities law, and commercial litigation. Ms. Yu routinely advises Korean businesses wanting to do business in the U.S. and American businesses seeking to conduct business in Korea, as well as representing and defending Korean businesses in lawsuits in the U.S. 2340 130th Avenue NE Suite D-150 Bellevue, WA 98005 Prior to joining Wong Fleming, Ms. Yu worked in a boutique tax firm specializing in tax planning for individuals and international corporations. During law school, Ms. Yu worked as a legal extern at the Internal Revenue Service Chief Counsel’s Office, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Washington State Office of the Attorney General. Additionally, Ms. Yu completed a pro bono internship in a prominent Washington Firm and a summer internship in a Firm located in Seoul, Korea. REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS § § § § Tel: 425.869.4040 Fax: 425.869.4050 [email protected] PRACTICE AREAS § § § § § § § § Corporate Law Immigration Successfully represented individuals in an investment fraud litigation. Successfully negotiated a Tax Court case with the IRS to reduce the client’s tax liability to zero. Board Member, Korean American Bar Association Founder, Korean American Law Student Association at Seattle University School of Law SPEECHES § International Law Real Estate § ADMISSIONS § Defended an individual against claims for general tort liability. PROFESSIONAL HONORS, AWARDS AND ACTIVITIES Commercial Litigation Creditors Rights and Bankruptcy Represented a Fortune 500 corporation in defending against tort liability claims. “Domestication and Enforcement of U.S. Judgment in Korea,” (Presentor, CLE, May, 2013) “Impact of FTA on Legal Service Market in Korea,” (Presentor, CLE, June, 2012) LANGUAGES § Korean Washington EDUCATION § § § LL.M. in Taxation, University of Washington School of Law (2009) J.D., Cum Laude, Seattle University School of Law (2008) B.A., Honors, University of Michigan (2004) DIVERSE VIEWPOINTS. THE RIGHT SOLUTIONS.
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