is a partner at Baker McKenzie's Tokyo office, and has been handling cross-border antitrust cases for more than 20 years. Most recently, he successfully secured compliance credit for only the second time in the history of US antitrust practice and won a 40% criminal fine reduction. He is further distinguished as the sole member of the steering committee of the Cartel Task Force at Baker McKenzie from the Asia Pacific region. Thus far, he has published ten books and 102 articles on antitrust and competition law. He has been recognised for his expertise by leading publications.
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