Associate Aiko Hosokawa
Daiichi Tokyo Bar Association, Japan Federation of Bar Associations (2011)
Location ： Tokyo Office
Aiko Hosokawa is a senior associate at Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners with a broad experience in the area of international and domestic dispute resolution. Especially, she has expertise in international arbitration and has been involved in various international arbitration cases as counsel. She also advises clients on international commercial transactions.
Major Cases Handled
Represented a foreign subsidiary of a Japanese company in a JCAA arbitration concerning an international construction project in Ireland.
Represented a foreign subsidiary of a Japanese company in a JCAA arbitration concerning an international transaction against a Dubai company.
Represented a Japanese company in a JCAA arbitration concerning sales and license agreements in China.
Represented a Japanese company in an ICC arbitration concerning a license agreement against a US company.
Provided legal advice to several Japanese companies regarding ICC arbitration, JCAA arbitration, and ad hoc arbitration.
Education & Professional Experience
Returned to our Tokyo Office
Gleiss Lutz (Stuttgart Office)
International Academy for Arbitration Law, Paris (Certificate)
University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (LL.M.)
Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners
The University of Tokyo School of Law (J.D.)
The University of Tokyo (LL.B.)
Member, German-Japanese Association of Jurists （Deutsch-Japanische Juristenvereinigung e.V.）
Outside Member of the Ethics Committee, Japan Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Member, International Centre for Dispute Resolution Young & International
Member, Japan Association of Arbitrators
- JCAA's Amended Expedited Arbitration Procedures, Reduced Administrative Fees and New Appointing Authority Rules
- Report of a German Case - Admissibility of a Dissenting Opinion in an Arbitral Award in Germany? -
- New Arbitration Rules Based on the Civil Law Tradition ―The 2018 DIS Arbitration Rules, the Prague Rules, and the JCAA Interactive Arbitration Rules
- The “Sharing Economy” in Japan
- The New DIS Arbitration Rules 2018: Germany's Offer of an Attractive Arbitration Alternative for Asian Parties
- Japanese Supreme Court Provides Guidance on Arbitrator’s Duty to Disclose a Potential Conflict of Interest in an International Arbitration
- The New DIS Arbitration Rules 2018 - Germany's Offer of an Attractive Arbitration Alternative - [JCA Journal, June 2018 Issue]
- An Introduction to International Arbitration (2) – A comparative perspective – [JCA Journal, February 2018 Issue]
- An Introduction to International Arbitration (1) – A comparative perspective – [JCA Journal, January 2018 Issue]
- 【Onilne Seminar】New Series of International Legal Practice Seminars (2): Basics of Investment Arbitration
- German Arbitration Institute (DIS) Conference at the Embassy of Japan in Berlin: Towards Increased Efficiency in International Arbitration
- YSIAC-YJAA Tokyo Workshop 2019
- The Basics and Practice of General Terms and Conditions - Organizing the Points to be Reviewed in Consideration of the Civil Code Reform
- 【Osaka】Choice of Arbitration Rules and Drafting Arbitration Clauses in light of the Amendment of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA) Rules
- 【Tokyo】Choice of Arbitration Rules and Drafting Arbitration Clauses in light of the Amendment of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA) Rules
- 【Osaka】A Study of the Main Points of the Amendments of the Law of Obligations through Case Studies
- 【Tokyo】A Study of the Main Points of the Amendments of the Law of Obligations through Case Studies
- Learning from Cases: Essential Points in the Civil Code Reform and Its Effects on Practices - Commentaries on Important Matters and Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
- EBS Law Term 2017 "Doing Business in Japan"
- 2018.01.23 ～2018.02.19
- "Sharing Economy"in Japan - Recent Developments and Pertinent Legal Issues
Japanese and English