RECOGNIZED BOTH IN THE LEGAL AND LOCAL COMMUNITY
Since 2001, Mr. Park has been counseling individual and business clients, mainly, in various real estate and business transactional and litigation matters. Mr. Park, as a real estate broker, also started his own real estate company from which he managed, listed, and bought various commercial properties on behalf of his clients (now inactive)
Mr. Park earned his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University where he double majored in Political Science and Communications, graduating cum laude. Thereafter, he earned his law degree from Brooklyn Law School.
Currently Mr. Park is admitted to practice law in the states of California, New York, and New Jersey. He is also admitted to practice law in the U.S District Courts, Central and Southern Districts of California and District of New Jersey as well as U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California.
He has earned an "AVVO" rating of 9.6/10 (website that rates lawyers) and earned recognition from Super Lawyers Magazine in 2013, 2014, and 2015 as a "rising star".
Mr. Park is also active in his local community. He has served as one of the founding board members and past president of the Orange County Korean American Bar Association and initial board member of the Korean Community Lawyer's Association. He currently serves as the President for the Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County and serves as a Director for the North Orange County Chamber of Commerce. Further, he serves as counsel/treasurer/secretary for the Brea Korea Sister City Association and counsel / treasurer for the Buena Park Sister City Foundation. He has many other "advisory" roles for different organizations and elected officials.
Mr. Park is fluent in Korean (speaking, writing, and reading) and has volunteered numerous hours in pro bono clinics, speaking engagements, and radio shows.
Mr. Park likes to play golf and run. He has completed over 10 half-marathons and 2 full marathons. However, for golf, he is still a novice.
Radio appearances on the following topics:
"Commercial Leasing", "Basics of Civil Litigation", "Evictions", "Various Real Estate Issues", "Foreclosures", "Mediation Basics", "Common Questions" (2008- 2015)
Notable Seminar Presentations
- Business Entities (2007)
- Commercial Leasing (2006 – 2008)
- Evictions (2010)
- Issues in Debt Collection, Corporations, and Commercial Leasing (2012)
- Common Issues in Real Estate Purchases (2016)
- "Rights and Obligations of Parties in Real Estate Residential Contract" (December 2002)
- "When Commercial Tenant Files for Bankruptcy" (October 2009)
- "When Senior Lien Forecloses, What Happens to the Junior Liens?" (November 2009)
- "Prejudgment Remedy: Writ of Attachment" (December 2009)