Min K. Chai

Min K. Chai

949-852-4430 | mkc@rhemalaw.com


Franchise Law, Corporate & Business Law, Contracts, Licensing 

Min K. Chai, is a corporate business practitioner who represents both domestic, private and public companies and foreign-based companies seeking to establish a presence in the U.S.

Ms. Chai is experienced in handling a variety of domestic business transactions from the time you set up your business to the moment you sell or wind down your business on both a global and domestic level. Her work includes entity selection and formation maters, corporate governance, contract negotiations and drafting, mergers and acquisitions, private offerings, strategic alliances, purchase and sale of on-going businesses and commercial properties, establishment of distributing and licensing arrangements, employment and consulting agreements, nondisclosure agreements, SEC reporting requirements and compliance, franchise registration and consultations, and other business transactions.

Ms. Chai practiced in Seoul, Korea as a foreign consultant from 2002 to 2005, representing and serving as corporate counsel to a wide range of U.S.-based companies seeing to establish a presence in Korea. Transactions included international business involving U.S. and Korean companies in various industries including auto, audio, semiconductor, financial, telecommunications, and technology-based sectors, structuring manufacturing and supply agreements, distributorship agreements, and agency representative agreements for the food and beverage/spirit industries, clothing, furniture and shipping industries.

Additionally, Ms. Chai is experienced in advising U.S. companies on various aspects of operating their foreign-based subsidiaries in Korea, including corporate governance, asset transfers, financing transactions, employment and labor law, lease review and negotiations, and contract negotiations.


B.A. in Economics, University of California, Riverside. (1999);

University of San Francisco, School of Law (2002)

Education Abroad Program, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, (1997)


Supreme Court of California, Central District of California; Court of Appeals Federal Circuit; Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.


OC Korean American Bar Association (2005-Present) (Past President); OCBA (Orange County Bar Association)