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Real Estate Management

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
October 20, 2016

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*** ********** ****. ***. *****, Jersey City, NJ, 07310

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I am a dedicated individual with experience as an international legal assistant and paralegal. I pride myself in being a focused, highly motivated professional with expertise in legal research and analysis, contract law, regulatory compliance, and risk management. I am also a Certified Translation Professional who often performed as a liaison between attorneys and clients in order to ensure comprehension of legal issues, documentations, and procedures. AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Legal Consultation • Research & Analysis • Drafting Memoranda • Paralegal • Contract Law Bankruptcy Codes • Risk Mitigation • Data Analysis • Financial Reporting Requirements IRS Tax Issues • Foreign Bank Policies • Federal Tax Regime • Foreign-Owned Assets Real Estate Transactions • Organizational Management • Due Diligence • Regulatory Compliance Religious Corporation Law • Non-Corporation Law • New York Labor Law • New York Industrial Code English-Korean Translation • Profit Sharing • Patents • Policies & Procedures • IP Agreements PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

EDISON PROPERTIES, LLC, Contracts Administrator, Newark, NJ 2015 December - Present Achievements:

Prepared an array of contract agreements such as license & indemnity agreements, (Non)technical services agreements, access agreements, and other commercial and residential rental agreements.

Took charge of reviewing and finalizing legal billings through liaising between accounting and the legal department.

Responsible for filing annual reports (commission fees, semi-annual reporting fees, etc.) for various NY and NJ corporate entities/subsidiaries such as LLCs, domestic business corps., and LPs that are owned and operated by the company.

Restructured the methods of recording and updating the annual filing payment status through liaising with the accounting department.

Improved accessibility of corporate documents and files by reorganizing the electronic filing system in which all relevant corporate files are included.

DACHENG LAW OFFICES, Legal Externship, New York, NY August 2014 – April 2015 Achievements:

Researched and analyzed the legality of bankruptcy codes to help provide clients legal protection pertaining to the unsecured Trade Creditors remedies and rights on their allowance of administrative expenses and unpaid goods as well as the participating bank’s potential risks.

Prepared the Entitlements section of a real estate transaction due diligence report, including the description of the project, verification of regulatory compliance issues on each element set forth by the Reviewing Commission such as environmental compliance, noise level, and traffic impact analysis, and the Review of the Commission's public comments relating to the premise.

Performed research and drafted memorandum on the IRS's Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBFA) and its reporting requirements for non-resident aliens and an array of tax issues in the federal tax regime which may pertain to such non-resident aliens' foreign-owned assets and the technicality which may affect such foreign nationals both in their home country and in the U.S. DACHENG LAW OFFICES, Legal Internship, Shanghai, China May 2014 – July 2014 Achievements:

Analyzed potential Chinese investors’ potential risks and evaluated the legitimacy of the U.S. Regional Centers by conducting legal research and drafting memorandum on the USCIS's EB5 Alien Entrepreneur Investors Program.

Increased considerations for profit-sharing by researching and analyzing laws pertaining to the Generic Pharmaceutical Products, related worldwide patents, and IP agreements MIN SEOK YANG Resume, Page 2


Strengthened strategic collaborations in pharmaceutical licensing agreements between the Chinese client corporation and its foreign joint venture counterpart by drafting several provisions and letters to the China Anti-Money Laundering Monitoring & Analysis Center relating to a fraud claim. FRECKER & SHIM, LLC, Legal Externship, New York, NY August 2013 – April 2014 Achievements:

Conducted legal research and draft memorandum on various fields of law, including Religious Corporation Law, Non-Corporation Law, New York Labor Law, New York Industrial Code, and other construction safety-related statutes of New York.

Acted as a liaison and translator between the supervising attorney and clients to ensure comprehension of the necessary legal proceedings, explanatory documentation, and the achievements the supervising attorney had successfully obtained.

Researched and analyzed applicability and exceptions of various New York building and construction codes pertinent to the supervising attorney's personal damages and tort cases. EDUCATION, AFFILIATIONS, & CERTIFICATIONS

Juris Doctor

Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, MA, 2015 Student Bar Association (Secretary of International Law Society), 2012-2013

Participated in voting procedures such as annual SBA budgeting for clubs and activities, scheduled meetings and performed record-keeping of meeting minutes, and liaised between the club, outside community, and the law school community.

Fall Visiting Student: Concentration on Corporate-related Legal Courses New York Law School, New York, NY 2014

Relevant Courses:

Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Planning for Closely Held Enterprises, In-House and Corporate Counseling, New York Law in National Perspective, Internet Law Summer Study Abroad Program: Concentration on Financial Services Law New York Law School,

London UK, 2013

Relevant Courses:

Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance from Comparative Law Perspective

International Transactional Services of Goods and Services, Cross-Border Transfers of Intellectual Property, Foreign Direct Investment, International Settlement of Disputes Duke University School of Law Asia-America Institute in Transnational Law, Hong Kong, HK, 2013

Relevant Courses:

Corporate Governance and Performance, Corporate Structure and Division of Corporate Power, Minority Shareholder Protection, Fiduciary Duties, Cross-Border M&A and Cross-Listings

The Global Financial Crisis and Bankruptcy

Comparative Approach to Insolvency Law (focus on International Insolvency Systems) Bachelor’s Degree: Business Administration in Management Consulting University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business, Notre Dame, IN, 2011 Certified Translation Professional in English-Korean, Global Translation Institute

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