Partner Takashi Hirose
Daiichi Tokyo Bar Association, Japan Federation of Bar Associations (2007)
Location ： Tokyo Office
Mr. Takashi Hirose is a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group of Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners.
Mr. Hirose has drafted and advised on intellectual property licensing, joint development agreements and other business contracts including international transactions. Mr. Hirose has also dealt with intellectual property related litigations in several fields including pharmaceuticals, mechanical engineering and consumer products. In addition, Mr. Hirose has also dealt with forensic investigations and many complex litigations including high profile product liability cases and corporate litigations.
Mr. Hirose teaches a business law course as a part-time lecturer of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
Education & Professional Experience
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP (New York Office)
Harvard Law School (LL.M.)
Corporate Research Department, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
The University of Tokyo
- Overview of corporate responsibilities for an important misstatement in a securities report due to fraudulent accounting
- 【Osaka】Risk Management & Compliance Seminar ⑥ Answers to Questions You are Hesitant to Ask: Legal Responsibility of a Listed Company for Accounting Fraud and Management of Third Party Committees
- 【Tokyo】Risk Management & Compliance Seminar ⑥ Answers to Questions You are Hesitant to Ask: Legal Responsibility of a Listed Company for Accounting Fraud and Management of Third Party Committees
- Important Issues in Business Legal Affairs in View of Latest Developments - Utilization of Intellectual Property (License)
- New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) International Section - Global Conference 2019 - Panel 11 Cross-Border Protection of Design
- 【Tokyo】Choice of Arbitration Rules and Drafting Arbitration Clauses in light of the Amendment of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA) Rules
- 【Tokyo】 International Corporate Counsels Association (INCA) - Product and Store Design Protection by Unfair Competition Prevention Act and Copyright Act -
- Recent Developments regarding the Doctrine of Equivalents in Japan, the United States and China
Japanese and English