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Documents by Lawyers at this office
Japanese Corporate Governance Is Changing with the Adoption of a New Code in 2015
Stephen J. DeCosse,Masayuki Horiike,Scott T. Jones,Ken Kiyohara,Yuki Yoshida, February 26, 2015
In the past, Japan may not have enjoyed high scores in the area of corporate governance, but this may change soon. The "Japan Revitalization Strategy (Revised in 2014)," commonly known as the third arrow of the "Abenomics" (the economic policies advocated by Japanese Prime...
Amendment to Drugs and Medical Devices Law in Japan Takes Effect
Laurie A. Clarke,Colleen Heisey,Scott T. Jones,Mark Mansour,Mitsutaka Okano, December 16, 2014
A material amendment to the law regulating drugs and medical devices in Japan has recently been implemented. The amendment mainly covers (i) establishing a fast-track authorization process for regenerative medicine products (described below), (ii) restructuring medical device regulations, and (iii)...
Amendment to Trademark Act of Japan - New Marks, Including Color Marks and Sound Marks, Can Be Protected
Rika Hashimoto,Michiru Takahashi, September 10, 2014
After much debate over several years, the Trademark Act of Japan (Act No. 127 of April 13, 1959) has been amended to finally allow registration of nontraditional marks such as color and sound. Although nontraditional marks such as color, sound, motion, hologram, and position marks are not...
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