With one of the largest legal teams in Japan, we bring a wealth of practical knowledge focused on the singular purpose of providing high quality legal services.


Our lawyers have authored or co-authored a number of newsletters, articles, books and other materials covering a wide range of legal areas to address the latest legal developments and increasingly diverse and complex issues.


We regularly hold seminars and offer lectures through various formats, such as online streaming.


Disputes in Foreign Jurisdictions

For many years, we have been actively managing dispute resolutions in foreign jurisdictions for our clients who have expanded their business operations overseas. We have provided our dispute resolution services in various jurisdictions such as the US, the UK, the EU, the PRC, Russia, and other countries in Asia, Central and South America, and Africa.

Many corporations face difficulties in devising their dispute resolution strategies and resolving disputes in foreign countries where the legal and court systems are different. It is imperative to have a profound understanding of key aspects of foreign legal systems, such as the existence and scope of document disclosure processes, the role of written submissions, cross-examination in relation to written evidence and statements, and expert opinions. Our lawyers, based on their own and the expertise and experience commonly shared among the firm, and utilizing our resources, such as our branches overseas, advise and support our clients in resolving disputes in foreign jurisdictions.

In addition, we have unmatched experience in playing a leading role in managing disputes in foreign/multiple jurisdictions in close cooperation with top-tier law firms in those jurisdictions. We have developed strong and longstanding relationships with top-tier law firms around the world to provide seamless service to our clients.

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