We have received high praise as a pioneer of joint law firm office in Japan.
We strive to respond to the complex diversifying needs and aim to become a law firm that is truly needed by clients and society.
Another aspect of our law firm is our commitment to the society. Our managing director, Kioi Akio, was elected as the president of Japan Federation of Bar Associations and also served as the president of the Resolution and Collection Corporation established by the Japanese government. Other attorneys in our firm also are active in giving back to the society through pro-bono work and educational activities.
Establishment of L.P.C. and Tokyo office In response to the growing needs of our corporate clients, particularly those with their headquarters or branches in Tokyo, we opened the Tokyo office in Oct 2006 while incorporating the firm as a legal professional corporation (L.P.C.).
Naniwakyodo L.P.C. provides quality services across a broad spectrum of legal matters including litigation, corporate issues, insolvency, banking, real property, torts, business transaction, intellectual property, Family and Criminal Law.
For international clients One of our partners, Hamada Takehisa, received LLM degree from Duke Law School in North Carolina, U.S.A. in 2005 and is admitted to the bars of NY as well as Japan. Having worked for a year at Rajah & Tann, one of the largest law firms in Singapore, he has extensive experience in cross-border transactions and disputes for international clients.