Jaehoon Lee / Partner

Jaehoon Lee/Partner

Jaehoon Lee
t. +82 2 6956-0268 / f. +82 2 6956-0280
/ e. jhlee@labpartners.co.kr


Jaehoon Lee is a partner at LAB Partners, focusing his practice on labor/ employment, corporate restructuring, compliance related issues including internal investigation and anti-trust and competition.
Prior to joining LAB Partners, Mr. Lee practiced as a senior attorney at Kim & Chang and Lee & Ko. He was also dispatched as an in-house counsel of a global car manufacturer and of an e-commerce company, having experience and knowledge of those industries and the corporate operations in general. Based on these various experience and deep understanding of enterprises especially with regard to labor and employment issues, he is providing deep, comprehensive and creative solutions that the clients are looking for.


Practice Areas

  • Labor & Employment / Corporate Restructuring / Compliance / Corporate Investigations / Antitrust & Competition




Korean, English


  • 2005 : Yonsei University, College of Law (LL.B)
  • 1997 : Korea University, School of Engineering

Professional Career

  • 2017 – present : Migrant Pastoral Committee, Archdiocese of Seoul, Auditor
  • 2014 – 2018.3 : Kim & Chang
  • 2008 – 2014 : Lee & Ko
  • 2008 : Jisung
  • 2007 – 2008 : I&S
  • 2005 – 2007 : Judicial Research & Training Institute of the Supreme Court of Korea

Recent Engagements

  • Extensive experience in advising and litigating on issues concerning individual employment relationships and collective labor relationships
  • Assessment on specific issues of designing wage structure, organization assessment and stabilizing labor-management relations
  • EHS related advices such as industrial accident and safety
  • Representing and advising on issues related to subcontracted employment and illegal dispatches
  • Representing and advised on corporate restructuring during M&A transactions such as mergers, spin-offs, business transfers
  • Cumulative experience on advising on compliance related matters such as prevention of sexual harassment and executing internal investigation


  • Analysis on Chinese labor contract law (Ministry of Government Legislation 2009, co-author)

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