Jisan Kim | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

Jisan Kim

Associate, New York

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Jisan Kim is an associate in the New York office of White & Case LLP. Jisan advises clients on various corporate transactions including Mergers & Acquisitions, Capital Markets and Project Finance.

Prior to joining the firm, Jisan served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Mark L. Wolf of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. During law school, he was an Executive Editor of the Harvard International Law Journal.

Bars and Courts

  • New York State Bar


  • JD, Harvard Law School
  • BA, University of California, Berkeley


  • English
  • Korean


Representation of Macquarie Infrastructure Partners Inc., in the acquisition of membership units in Aligned Energy Holdings, L.P., an infrastructure technology company and leading data-center provider with facilities in Texas, Arizona and Utah.

Representation of AMP Capital Investors Limited, an Australian specialist global investment manager and subsidiary of Australia's largest retail and corporate pension provider, in the acquisition of Everstream Solutions LLC, a super-regional network service provider of fiber-based Ethernet, internet and data center solutions.

Representation of Zimmer Biomet in its acquisition of LDR Holding Corporation for a total consideration of US$1.1 billion.

Representation of Calpine Corporation in its US$17 billion sale to Energy Capital Partners, an energy-focused private-equity firm, and a consortium of investors including Access Industries and Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board.

Representation of Guggenheim Securities, LLC, Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC and Rabo Securities USA, Inc., as initial purchasers, in the issuance and sale under an existing whole business securitization by four special purpose vehicle subsidiaries of Domino's Pizza, Inc. of US$825 million notes.

Representation of SunPower in connection with the project financing of SunPower's 100MW El Pelicano photovoltaic power facility in northern Chile. The El Pelicano facility will supply power to Santiago's underground railway network Metro de Santiago, which, as a result of its power purchase agreement with El Pelicano, will become the first public transportation system in the world to run mostly on solar energy.