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James Kim

Partner at
McDermott Will & Emery

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James W. Kim is a partner with McDermott, Will & Emery. He represents clients in a wide variety of matters related to government contracting, with a particular focus on cases involving the health care industry.

James has successfully litigated bid protest actions before the Government Accountability Office as well as the US Court of Federal Claims. He also has experience representing government contractors in civil and criminal government fraud investigations involving the False Claims Act, the Procurement Integrity Act and the Anti-Kickback Act. In addition, James represents federal government contractors on a broad range of compliance issues, including Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) compliance, Small Business Administration programs and TRICARE contracting. He also advises clients on transactional matters involving acquisition and/or sale of entities that hold government contracts.

James regularly represents health care providers, insurers, and pharmaceutical and medical device companies on regulatory and policy issues related to the health industry, with a particular focus on federal health care programs, including federal grant programs, fraud and abuse, 340B Program participation and privacy issues.

Previously, James served as a law clerk to Judge Christine Odell Cook Miller of the US Court of Federal Claims in Washington, DC, and was employed by The September 11th Fund/United Way of New York City, where he managed the delivery of charitable relief services to families of victims of September 11, 2001.



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