A partner in Kim, Cho & Lim, LLC, which serves New York and New Jersey, Seoung (Joshua) Y. Lim focuses his practice on business litigation, including business fraud and shareholder disputes. He also assists clients in litigating alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, employment discrimination and New Jersey wage and hour statutes. Mr. Lim also represents clients in adversarial proceedings as part of bankruptcy litigation. He has successfully helped several clients obtain six-figure verdicts and settlements, won copyright infringement cases and assisted corporate clients in avoiding foreclosure. Before becoming a part of the firm, Mr. Lim graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a high honors. He then went on to obtain his Juris Doctor from the University of Minnesota Law School, where he was listed on the dean’s list. Mr. Lim’s knowledge and experience in business litigation has also been recognized by the Superior Court of New Jersey, which has appointed him to serve as a special fiscal agent as a part of complex business litigation on two separate occasions.