Damiya Park

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Damiya brings enthusiasm and an international perspective to her labor and employment litigation practice. Damiya has traveled the globe and lived and studied in South Korea and the United States. Her collection of life experiences provides a unique perspective for clients, as she analyzes clients’ business decisions from a legal standpoint and serves clients in all stages of litigation by preparing motions, briefs and settlement agreements.

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In response to increasing actions by “foreign adversaries” to create and exploit “vulnerabilities in information and communications technology and services”, President Trump issued Executive Order 13873 (“E.O. 13873”) on May 15, 2019. The range of transactions which could potentially be covered under the forthcoming E.O. 13873 rules and regulations is quite broad and could include any transaction with a “foreign adversary” relating to “any hardware, software, or other product or service primarily intended to fulfill or…
On May 15, 2019, President Trump issued Executive Order 13873 (“E.O. 13873”) and declared a national emergency in response to increasing actions by “foreign adversaries” to create and exploit “vulnerabilities in information and communications technology and services” supplied to the U.S.  E.O. 13873 broadly prohibits persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction from engaging in information and communications technology or services transactions with “foreign adversaries” that: (i) pose undue sabotage or subversion risks to U.S. information and…
On May 13, 2019, China’s Ministry of Finance announced that it will raise tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. goods, starting on June 1, 2019. This action was taken in retaliation for President Trump’s latest decision to raise tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese products from 10% to 25%.…
The National Labor Relations Board has long recognized Weingarten rights—the rights to request assistance from union representatives during investigatory interviews by employers. Historically, the Board has limited the types of individuals that can serve in this union representative’s role to union officers that are not legal professionals. However, in the Board’s recent decision in Pacific Architects and Engineers Incorporated (“PAE”), the Board loosened this restriction and, for the first time, allowed “a union attorney” to…