is a founding partner of Ushijima & Partners and has an enormous wealth of experience resolving disputes both inside and outside Japan; in particular, litigation and arbitration regarding domestic and international businesses, M&A, system development, anti-monopoly law, labour law, and tax law. Particularly, he excels at large-scale complex disputes and cross-border disputes. In addition, he has extensive experience handling disputes over corporate control (including hostile takeover defenses), which has earned him the nickname in Japan of the "Guardian Deity of M&A." He currently serves as the president of an NPO called the "Japan Corporate Governance Network."
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