Albert Nah


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Jinkang Albert Nah is an experienced transactional lawyer in O’Melveny’s Seoul office. He specializes in complex cross-border mergers and acquisitions in Korea and Asia. Albert has successfully represented Korean companies in inbound and outbound acquisitions of public and private targets, including complex business carve-out and take private transactions, as well as global joint ventures and venture capital financing of technology start-up enterprises. He has also worked on various capital market transactions including public offerings in Korea with international tranches. Prior to joining O’Melveny, Albert worked in the New York, Hong Kong and Seoul offices of other major multinational law firms.


  • Korean


Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • Korea: Foreign Legal Consultant (New York, US)


  • Yale Law School, J.D. 2013
  • Amherst College, B.A. 2004
  • Daelim Industrial in its acquisition of Cariflex business, including a manufacturing facility, supply chain and sales network of latex products, from Kraton Corp. for the purchase price of US$530 million
  • IYUNO Media Group, a Singapore based media localization company, in its merger with BTI Studios, based in Sweden
  • SeAH Steel Corp. in two acquisitions of its strategic competitors, OMK Tube and Laguna Tubular Products Corp., and their facilities located in Texas, U.S., specializing in Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG)
  • Samsung Electronics in its US$8 billion acquisition of Harman International Industries, Inc., the market leader in connected car solutions.
  • Samsung Electronics in its acquisition of Dacor, a leading American brand in the luxury home appliance category