Personal Injury Attorneys Featured in Korean Magazine, Sisa Journal

Sisa Journal looks to Jonathan Portner of Portner & Shure to comment in their latest magazine feature.

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My years of involvement within the Korean community as a Criminal Defense attorney has led me in supporting the community in every aspect.

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

One year ago, during a high-profile trip by President Park Geun-hye, spokesman Yoon Chang-jung was fired due to an alleged controversial incident at the Embassy in Washington D.C. Sisa Journal took a look at this incident in a recent feature on the anniversary of the event, asking Jonathan Portner for his comments and insight.

Mr. Portner was called upon by the Sisa Journal to comment on why there has been no prosecution against Mr. Yoon. As a criminal defense attorney within Washington, D.C., Mr. Portner has had years of experience in handling difficult criminal cases. In fact, Mr. Portner was featured in TIME magazine’s 2013 Excellence in Law in the field of criminal defense, along with personal injury. Mr. Portner was a natural pick for Sisa Journal for both his intense involvement within the Korean community and his renowned criminal defense reputation.

Portner & Shure, Mr. Portner’s law firm, handles countless Korean cases every year, so he feels a close connection to the Korean community. Mr. Portner uses experienced multilingual paralegals who speak Korean, along with Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese. These paralegals work closely with Mr. Portner and his criminal defense team to provide the best service for their clients. With this, he has experienced immense success within the diverse DC Metro area. He is an esteemed member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and The National Top 100 Trial Lawyers.

Mr. Portner was available to comment on the recent Sisa Journal feature: “My years of involvement within the Korean community as a Criminal Defense attorney has led me in supporting the community in every aspect.”

The article in the Sisa Journal can be viewed at: http://www.sisapress.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=62547.


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