Young Tae is an associate attorney with Kumar, Prabhu, Patel & Banerjee, and a legislative aide to State Representative B.J. Pak (R-108-Lilburn) at the Georgia General Assembly. His law practice is focused in the fields of professional liability, government & legislative affairs, bankruptcy, business immigration, and contract review.
Prior to joining the firm, he was a FDIC bank examiner of troubled and failed banks. He also served as a bank compliance officer at a community bank in Doraville, GA.
Mr. Tae was the firm’s lead document review attorney in the FDIC’s professional liability investigation of two failed Georgia banks and in a subsequent case against a bank’s former directors, officers, and employees in the U. S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia.
He also assisted in a complex bankruptcy fraud litigation case involving the “Kye,” a Korean Money Savings Program. In that case, Mr. Tae’s fluency in Korean facilitated document production and communication with the firm’s Korean speaking clients.
He actively works in the firm’s Business Immigration practice, particularly with Korean clients in EB-5 visa and other business immigration matters.
Mr. Tae is active in the Korean business and general community in Metro Atlanta, South Georgia, and Alabama.