Litigation and investigation can be a minefield of unexpected challenges. My job is to help guide clients safely through–or, better yet, avoid–such risks altogether.
Represented multiple Japanese auto parts companies in cartel investigations and follow-on damages actions in the US, EU, Japan, UK, Australia, and Canada, including leniency filings in multiple jurisdictions.
Represented companies in cartel investigations and follow-on damages actions in the US, EU, UK, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, including DRAMs, air cargo, power cables, optical disk drives, capacitors and inductors.
Represented companies in internal investigations, criminal investigations and multinational bank investigations involving allegations of bribery, corruption, embezzlement, accounting fraud, insider trading, money laundering, export control violations, and workplace harassment.
Represented companies in commercial arbitration matters under UNCITRAL, ICC, LCIA and AAA rules, in industries including oil and gas, fashion, life sciences, and semiconductors.
Represented an IT company in a DOJ FCPA investigation and advised the client on anti-bribery compliance.
Conducted corruption risk assessment for a Japanese conglomerate’s international operations and advised the client on anti-bribery compliance.
Conducted internal investigations, risk assessments and employee training for multinational companies relating to antitrust, corruption and labor issues in various industries, including automotive, oil & gas, chemicals, electronics, pharmaceuticals, broadcasting, and IT.*
Conducted an internal investigation and represented an automotive manufacturer in a cross-border criminal investigation relating to executive misconduct.
Represented a global online travel agency in a JFTC investigation relating to contracts with lodging operators.
Represented semiconductor manufacturers in U.S. antitrust class action litigation relating to capacitors and resistors.*
Recommended for Japan: Antitrust and Competition
Antitrust / Competition Law