Samsung's Jay Y. Lee will not appeal jail term to Supreme Court: Yonhap


Samsung Group heir Jay Y. Lee arrives at a court in Seoul, South Korea, on Jan 18, 2021. - Reuters

SEOUL (Reuters): Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee will not appeal to the Supreme Court after he received a jail term of two-and-a-half years last week on charges including bribery, Yonhap reported on Monday (Jan 25) citing Lee's lawyer.

The lawyer's firm, Bae, Kim & Lee, and Samsung did not have an immediate comment.

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