Hiroshi Kamiyama

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  • Partner at Hibiya Park Law Offices (14 Attorneys)
  • Hibiya Marine Building, 5th Floor, 5-1 Yurakucho 1-Chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 100-0006
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Biography

Author: "Situations of court precedents in Japan and the United States regarding Exhaustion Doctrine and Repair/ Reproduction argument," (Co-author), Patent, Japan Patent Attorneys Association, June 2005; "Handbook for management and strategies of intellectual property." (Co-author), Hatsumei Kyokai, September 2005; "Guidebook of Intellectual Property Terms." (Co-author), Seibunsha Co., Ltd. November 2006; "Practice of Drafting Agreements on System Development," Business Houmu Vol. 8, Chuokeizai Co., Ltd. July 2008-January 2009; "Senmonsosho Taikei, vol. 2 Litigation of Intellectual Property Right Infringement," (Co-author), Seirinshoin Co., Ltd, May 2010; "Study of Rokuraku II case (Supreme Court, Judgement of January 20, 2011) - Maneki TV case (Supreme Court, Judgement of January 18, 2011)," NBL No. 947, Shojihomu, February 2011; "Don't be deceived by cleverly drafted IT agreements," Nikkei BP, Inc. , 2013. With: Fujitsu Ltd., 1981-1990. Nomura Research Institute Ltd., 1990-1998. Passed the National Bar Exam, October 1998. Admitted as Attorney at Law and Patent Attorney, October 2000. Hibiya Park Law Offices, February 2003. Visiting Professor, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, April 2004-March 2010, April 2012-2013. Director, Japan Patent Attorneys Association, April 2006-March 2009. Chairman, the Study Committee on Trade Practice and Agreement for Improvement of the Reliability of Information Systems, METI, 2006-2007. Member, the Committee on prevention of illegal importation under the Unfair Competition Prevention Law, METI, 2006-2008. Member, Central Research Institute of Intellectual Property, Japan Patent Attorneys Association, 2007. Member, Expert committee on Intellectual Property System in Digital-Internet Age, established under Strategic Council on Intellectual Property, 2008. Member, GPL Best Practice Working Group, Information-technology Promotion Agency, JAPAN (IPA), 2006-. Vice President of Japan Patent Attorney Association, 2014. Member, the Committee of Litigation System for Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Strategy Headquarters of Japanese Government, 2015-2016. Member, the Committee of the Center for Financial Industry Information Systems (FISC), 2014-2016.

Areas of Practice (10)

  • Patents
  • Trademarks
  • Designs
  • Copyrights
  • Unfair Competition Prevention
  • Antitrust
  • Corporate
  • Litigation
  • IT
  • System Development Agreement

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+81-3-5532-8088  Phone
+81-3-5532-8087  Fax
www.hibiyapark.net
University Attended:
The University of Kyoto, B.S., elementary particle physics, 1981
Year of First admission:
2000
Admission:
2000, Japan
Memberships:
Daini Tokyo Bar Association; The Japan Patent Attorneys Association.
Languages:
Japanese and English
Birth Information:
Okayama, Japan, April 11, 1958
ISLN:
915731082

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Tokyo, Japan

  • Tokyo, Japan
    Hibiya Marine Building , 5th Floor, 5-1 Yurakucho 1-Chome, Chiyoda-ku
    Tokyo,  100-0006
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