HOUSTON – Accomplished Houston trial lawyer John H. Kim, founder of The Kim Law Firm, is being honored as a Local Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation for the third year in a row, making the 2015 list.
Mr. Kim, known for his courtroom acumen and intense trial preparation, is recognized in the exclusive listing based on his work in general commercial litigation, product liability and personal injury claims. The Kim Law Firm represents corporate clients internationally, including oil and gas companies as well as victims in high-stakes personal injury claims.
The highly respected Benchmark Litigation is an annual guide to leading litigation attorneys and law firms in the United States and Canada. Selections are based on six months of research and extensive interviews with courtroom lawyers and clients. Researchers also review law firms’ case work.
This is one of many honors Mr. Kim has earned based on his extensive legal expertise. He maintains the highest rating of AV-preeminent in the national LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell legal directory, and he has earned a spot on the annual Texas Super Lawyers list each year since it was launched in 2003. He also has been named on the Who’s Who in Energy list selected by editors of the Houston Business Journal for three consecutive years.
Mr. Kim is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is the past president of the Houston chapter of the elite American Board of Trial Advocates.
The Kim Law Firm has recovered more than a half billion dollars for clients through aggressive litigation. The firm represents entrepreneurs, business start-ups, mid-sized companies, and established national and international corporations in everything from contract and complex business disputes to insider trading allegations, trade secrets and other intellectual property disputes. Mr. Kim and his firm represent plaintiffs and defendants nationwide in oil & gas litigation, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, securities litigation, claims of tortious interference, price fixing and other antitrust actions.