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OVERVIEW

Japanese Services FAR AND WIDE

For more than 30 years, the Barnes & Thornburg Japanese Service Group has offered labor, employment, and human resources support to Japanese companies investing in the United States. Our history of creating and maintaining these dedicated relationships has given us the opportunity to advise numerous Japanese companies on a multitude of employment issues.

The Japanese Service Group is made up of a number of prominent individuals, including:

  • An executive committee member of the Japan-American Society of Indiana
  • The honorary Consul General of Japan
  • An executive board member of TerraLex, an international network of 10,000 attorneys
  • Lawyers fluent in Japanese, as well as many other Asian languages and dialects

Our lawyers provide a full range of legal services to clients in Japan, including training for Japanese executives on American legal and business practices.These sessions are conducted in Japanese. We also translate documents and help obtain visas and work permits for Japanese executives and their families.

Our lawyers also guide newly relocated executives through the process of obtaining housing, setting up bank accounts, finding good school districts and other relocation services at no charge. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in order to accommodate for the differences in time zones.

For additional information, visit Barnes & Thornburg's Japanese website.

Practice Leaders

Peter Morse

Peter A. Morse, Jr.

Partner
Global Services - General Co-Chair, Global Services - Japan Co-Chair

Indianapolis, Washington, D.C.

P 317-231-7794

F 317-231-7433

Mari Yanamoto Regnier

Mari Yamamoto Regnier

Partner
Global Services - Japan Co-Chair

Chicago

P 312-214-8335

F 312-759-5646

EXPERIENCE
  • Barnes & Thornburg obtained not guilty verdicts for clients Tokai Kogyo Ltd., and its U.S. subsidiary, Green Tokai Co. Ltd., in a federal criminal jury trial in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio in Cincinnati. Tokai and Green Tokai were indicted in June 2016 for allegedly conspiring to fix the prices of automotive body sealing products sold to Honda Motor Co. Ltd in the United States and faced potential fines in the hundreds of millions of dollars. After a month-long jury trial featuring testimony from several Japanese witnesses from Nishikawa Rubber and Honda, the jury returned its verdicts after less than four hours of deliberation.
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