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Jones Day - Tokyo

Kamiyacho Prime Place1-17, Toranomon 4-chomeMinato-kuTokyo 105-0001, Japan

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Updated: 06/03/2019

Tokyo Antitrust & Competition Law Firm

Overview

Jones Day opened its Tokyo Office in 1989 to provide legal services to companies doing business in Japanese and international markets. In January 2002, Jones Day merged with the Japanese firm Showa Law Office and became one of the major firms with substantial local law capability in the Tokyo market. Since the merger, Jones Day Tokyo has steadily grown both in size and scope of practice and is currently a full-service office with approximately 55 lawyers. Jones Day Tokyo's M&A...

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