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Legal aspects of doing business with Japan

Legal aspects of doing business with Japan

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Published by Practising Law Institute in New York, N.Y. (810 7th Ave., New York 10019) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan.
    • Subjects:
    • Commercial law -- Japan.,
    • Investments, Foreign -- Law and legislation -- Japan.,
    • Industrial property -- Japan.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementIsaac Shapiro, chairman.
      SeriesCommercial law and practice course handbook series ;, no. 249
      ContributionsShapiro, Isaac, 1931-, Practising Law Institute.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination232 p. ;
      Number of Pages232
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4126545M
      LC Control Number80084828

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Doing business in Japan: overviewby Kenichi Sekiguchi, Yohsuke Higashi and Hiroshi Oyama, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto Related Content Law stated as at 01 Jan • JapanA Q&A guide to doing business in Q&A gives an overview of the legal system; foreign investment, including restrictions, currency regulations and incentives; and business vehicles and their relevant restrictions.

OCLC Number: Notes: "Prepared for distribution at the Legal aspects of doing business with Japan program, February, New York City.".

Get this from a library. Legal aspects of doing business with Japan, [Isaac Shapiro; Practising Law Institute.;] -- Course handbook prepared by the Practising Law Institute for its programme MayNew York City. Various contributions on alternatives for entering the Japanese market, corporate.

Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Japan. DONALD A. DOUGLAS. Yasuda Fire and Marine Insurance Company in Tokyo, Japan, AISEC Asia Traineeship Program. Search for more papers by this author. DONALD A. DOUGLAS. Yasuda Fire and Marine Insurance Company in Tokyo, Japan, AISEC Asia Traineeship : Donald A.

Douglas. In Japan, evidence of the country's Westernization abounds, yet despite appearances, it has remained uniquely Japanese. For this reason, the uninformed Westerner doing business there will find it difficult and even frustrating to work with Japanese unless he or she gains a good understanding of Japan and its people.

The author draws on his extensive bilingual and bicultural experience to 5/5(2). Anyone who has ever spent time doing business in Japan will tell you that it is a land of contrasts; technologically innovative and modern yet traditional and hierarchical. Japan boasts excellence in sectors as wide-ranging as finance, automotive, computing and pharmaceuticals and is viewed as a major global influence – even despite the.

You can gain more information in this area from sites such as Japan Business Etiquette, Culture, and Manners, and Terri Morrison's book: Kiss, Bow, or Shake Hands (The Bestselling Guide to Doing Business in More than 60 Countries.) Read more articles on company culture.

Japan is the third largest economy in the world but lies in th place for ease of doing business. Having local help on board is essential for overseas ventures to work in the east Asian powerhouse. The Japanese economy ranks third in the world in terms of gross domestic product (GDP), but th for ease of doing business.

Hogan Lovells is a top 10 global legal practice with over 50 offices, partners, and 2, lawyers throughout the world. Our global team helps corporations, financial institutions, and governmental entities across the spectrum of their critical business and legal issues globally and locally.

Hogan Lovells has one of the strongest networks. Author. This country-specific business culture profile was written by Keith Warburton who is the founder of the cultural awareness training consultancy Global Business Culture.

Global Business culture is a leading training provider in the fields of cross-cultural communication and global virtual team working. and accommodate itself to the Japanese business milieu.

Japan’s cultural identity is as strong as that of any nation in the world. Her closed door policy, which existed from the early s to the middle of the nineteenth century, created an isolated society. Much of the way of doing business in Japan was born and refined during that closed-door. However, in Japan, this direct approach will seem rude to the other person in the conversation.

When doing business in Japan, be aware that Japanese business people tend to be very subtle when expressing opinion, or use non-verbal communication, trusting the other person will know what they mean. Facts versus emotions. Secrets of Japanese business culture. Japanese business culture is one of the most misunderstood aspects of doing business in Japan, so maybe it’s not surprising that hundreds of thousands of people have browsed this Japanese business culture section since it.

Business relations in Japan are built over time. Study the different strategies and choose the most suitable one for your activities before you get there. A direct strategy will make you the sole bearer of the reins of your project.

Going through intermediaries and partnerships will mean having to rely on others to build up your venture, but they may also prove to have a better knowledge of. 6 PKF - Doing business in Japan ΠBusiness Structures The branch office can begin business operations as soon as office location is secured, the branch office representative determined, and the necessary information registered.

A Japanese branch office is a business location that provides services in Japan decided upon by an. Working for a Japanese company or doing business in Japan involves a certain degree of ceremony and ritual, so it’s best to know the proper etiquette to avoid potential embarrassment or offense.

Continue reading for a basic rundown on approaching business meetings with clients in Japan. For this reason, businesses operating in Japan have used voluntary redundancy programs successfully to restructure their Japanese workforce and achieve cost synergies.

Further Information about Japanese Employment Law. The above information is only a brief overview of key employment law issues faced by UK companies doing business in Japan.

Option 1: Doing business without setting up an entity in Japan Contract with local agent (hiring independent contactor) Key issue: PE risk, potential application of employment law, difficulty in terminating long-term agreement Partner with Japanese.

Business For foreign companies in Japan, adapting to local culture seen as key to success Top brands have mixed records in tough market by Shusuke Murai. Staff Writer.

Since its original publication, Japanese Etiquette & Ethics in Business, the pioneering work on the subject, has become the standard guide for Westerners doing business with the Japanese--either here or Lafayette De Mente, who has been living and working in Japan for more than twenty-five years, examines those characteristics that epitomize the Japanese character and business Reviews: 5.

In Japan, evidence of the country's Westernization abounds, yet despite appearances, it has remained "uniquely" Japanese. For this reason, the uninformed Westerner doing business there will find it difficult and even frustrating to work with Japanese unless he or she gains a good understanding of Japan.

While the legislature and courts in Japan have established certain legal principles relating to these issues, much of the knowledge and the practical approach to doing business in Japan involve creative methods of protecting one's intellectual .Book Description: In Japan, evidence of the country's Westernization abounds, yet despite appearances, it has remained "uniquely" Japanese.

For this reason, the uninformed Westerner doing business there will find it difficult and even frustrating to work with Japanese unless he or she gains a good understanding of Japan and its people.