Provision of legal services to business owners
When a foreign resident sues a Japanese company with which he/she does business
Recently, our firm have been directly contacted by foreign business owners and their legal advisors who live far away from Japan, and many of our clients have asked us to "I have made a deal with a Japanese company, but I have some trouble, so I want legal support.".
For example, when a company purchases goods from a Japanese business owner, but receives a different performance from the content of the contract, it incurs damages.
It is necessary for foreign business owners to entrust Japanese lawyers, who are experts in Japanese law, with the task of suing Japanese business owners, negotiating a settlement, obtaining a judgment, and forcibly executing their assets.
At our firm, we hold online meetings, collect evidence accurately, and respond strongly to requests from overseas people through close communication.
When a foreigner living in Japan does business in Japan
When we do business in Japan, we naturally have to comply with Japanese laws and take full advantage of them to control legal risks.
I have received many requests from foreigners and foreign corporations that develop business in Japan, and I am an adviser to many companies.
To support Japanese corporations of global companies, we can provide detailed and flexible legal services such as responding to inquiries from the legal department of the head office and customizing the head office's guidelines in accordance with Japanese laws.
In addition, to the extent that it does not constitute a conflict of interest, as part of the company's welfare benefits, we have received a large number of cases involving the handling of the personal legal issues of non-Japanese employees.