Nary Kim’s practice focuses on complex litigation, providing the expertise needed to develop a winning case for our clients. She has successfully resolved First Amendment, intellectual property, trade secret, construction defect, and employment disputes in state and federal courts. She is a skilled researcher and litigator who helps build a compelling and convincing case for clients ranging from energy drink manufacturers to visual artists.
University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, J.D., 2013
- American Jurisprudence Award in Entertainment Law
- Asian American Law Journal articles editor
- California Law Review member
Amherst College, B.A. with honors, 2009
- Recipient of the Ralph Waldo Rice Prize for best senior portfolio submitted to the English Department in consideration for honors
- Integral part of team that obtained a favorable judgment for a media company in a breach of contract action against the manufacturer of toys and entertainment products.
- Lead associate on a team that obtained a favorable settlement for a real-estate developer in a construction defect dispute against the general contractor of a retail development.
- Integral part of team that successfully settled a trademark dispute brought by a major energy drink manufacturer against a competing manufacturer.
First Amendment Litigation
- Lead associate on a team that obtained a favorable settlement for a California-based artist in a First Amendment case against the County of San Bernardino.
- ACLU Foundation of Southern California “Artistic Expression Award,” 2014
- “Who Owns Your Company Facebook Account? #unclear,” Law360.
- “Capping Hours to Avoid ACA Costs Could Violate ERISA,” CFO.
- “Paparazzi Law Limits Our First Amendment Rights,” Daily Journal.
- “Too Smart For His Own Good? The Devolution of a ‘Model’ Asian American Student,” Asian American Law Journal, Vol. No. 20.
- Jenner & Block, LLP, 2013–2015
- California, 2013
- U.S. District Courts
Central and Northern