Yukiko Horiguchi is an attorney in Morrison & Foerster's Litigation Group, where she represents major Japanese manufacturers and communications companies in the field of intellectual property litigation. Ms. Horiguchi works with clients and the U.S. attorneys to gather and review key documents in Japanese and English, interview witnesses, and prepare them for deposition and trial, in addition to counseling clients in all aspects of litigation. Over the past three years, Ms. Horiguchi has played an active role in internal investigations in Japan and in Asia on antitrust, alleged accounting misstatements, and matters involving possible corrupt practices under the FCPA.
Ms. Horiguchi also has experience in domestic Japanese litigation and trade secrets cases.
Before becoming a New York attorney, Ms. Horiguchi spent five years (1992 - 1998) in the field of entertainment and sports, and was involved in negotiations of broadcast license agreements, rights acquisition, business transactions, marketing, and technology.