Kim Law Firm’s Business Litigation Earns Best Law Firms Listing for 2017

HOUSTON – The Kim Law Firm is being recognized among the nation’s Best Law Firms for 2017 by U.S. News & World Report and The Best Lawyers in America.

Founded by noted trial lawyer John H. Kim, the firm earned a Tier 1 ranking in the Houston metropolitan area for business litigation. The selection is based on a rigorous process that includes client and lawyer evaluations and peer review from other attorneys in the same practice areas.

Comments from clients gathered by the Best Law Firms researchers were effusive in their praise. “The Kim Law Firm is an extremely diligent, thorough, and well-prepared firm. They are the best trial attorneys on the face of the earth,” one happy client told researchers.

“I have had a very positive experience with a uniquely talented team of lawyers at The Kim Law Firm. They are extremely competent, professional, and responsive, always putting clients first. They are able to quickly understand the core of a very complex case and focus on essentials towards a very satisfactory result,” another client told the award group.

“If we ever need commercial litigation counsel in the future, we will go to The Kim Law Firm first,” said yet another client.

The firm was also recently named a 2017 recommended law firm by Benchmark Litigation, a peer-review guide to leading U.S. lawyers and law firms.

Mr. Kim and The Kim Law Firm represent defendants and plaintiffs nationwide in oil & gas litigation, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, securities litigation, claims of tortious interference and trade secret actions. The Kim Law Firm has recovered more than a half billion dollars for clients directly and through counterclaims 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, product liability and other intellectual property disputes.