Combining years of experience with up-to-date research to advise clients in the changing area of employment disputes
We have a long history handling litigation and other forms of dispute resolution. Our Labor Law Practice Group, together with our litigation specialists, provides advice to prevent and resolve disputes and litigation relating to labor matters. Our capabilities in this area were further enhanced in 2014 when Kouichi Nanba, a former judge who served 5 years as the chief judge of the Special Labor Division at the Tokyo District Court, joined our firm as Special Counsel.
- Public Service
- Firm's lawyers submit a report for the "2019 Industrial Economy Research Project (Research on Foreign Structures for Coordinating Issues Regarding Working Hours and Health Management in Side Work and Secondary Businesses)"
- Public Service
- Firm's lawyers submit a report for the "2016 Industrial Economy Research Project (Research on Employment Practices and Wage Structures in European Countries)" commissioned by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
- "Lawyer's Selection: Important Court Decisions on Labor - Vol. 269: Tezuka Corporation Case (Validity of Refusal to Renew a Fixed-Term Employment Agreement with an Employee who Has Renewed Agreements Twice after Reaching the Mandatory Retirement Age)"
- Magazine Article
- "Lecture on Legal Basics for the Practice of Law (67): Discretionary Working System"
- "Lawyer's Selection: Important Court Decisions on Labor - Vol. 262: Social Welfare Corporation Net Case (Validity of Dismissal by Board of Directors' Resolution to Disapprove Continued Employment after Reaching Mandatory Retirement Age, Etc.)"
- "Lawyer's Selection: Important Court Decisions on Labor - Vol. 251: Nihon Gakuen Case (Employee Issued with Transfer Order After Being Encouraged by Employer to Retire)"
- "Lawyer's Selection: Important Court Decisions on Labor - Vol. 248: Toshiba Human Resources Development Corporation Case (Validity of Ordinary Dismissal on the Grounds of Breach of Management's Orders)"