Partner Takayuki Maruyama

Daiichi Tokyo Bar Association, Japan Federation of Bar Associations (2000)
New York (2006)

Location : Tokyo Office

Education & Professional Experience

2008 - present
Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners

2005 - 2007
Seconded at Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, LLP (Raleigh, NC)

2005
Duke University School of Law (LL.M.)

2000 - 2007
Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu

1997
Keio University (LL.B.)

Activities

- Bankruptcy Law Section, Daiichi Tokyo Bar Association
- National Network of Lawyers Handling Bankruptcy

Publications Archives

2019.09
GRR The Asia-Pacific Restructuring Review 2020 - Japan Chapter
2019.07.09
Insolvency proceedings in India
2019.01.15
Court decision that additional payment of obligations by a third-party debtor to the creditor enforcing a seizure of assets, made after such third party debtor’s payment of its obligation to the debtor undergoing such seizure, is not subject to the exercise of the right of avoidance (hinin-ken) under Article 162(1) of the Bankruptcy Act once the commencement of bankruptcy proceedings is approved by the court with respect to the debtor undergoing seizure of its assets.- Judgment of the Third Petty Bench of the Supreme Court on December 19, 2017
2018.10
GRR The Asia-Pacific Restructuring Review 2019 - Japan Chapter
2017.09.12
An Overview of the Civil Re habilitation Proceedings in Japan
2016.10
GRR The Asia-Pacific Restructuring Review 2017 - Japan Overview
2016.05
Actual Circumstances of Workouts in Foreign Countries (Series 4) - Practice on Out-of-Court Arrangements for Liquidation in the Philippines
2015.11
Cross-border Turnaround (co-author), JUDICIAL PRECEDENTS IN TURNAROUND CASES SELECTED AS ESSENTIALS FOR THE PRACTICE
2014.11
Selection of Court Precedents concerning Business Turnaround Useful in the Practice
2014.06
Elpida Memory’s Story - Series 6: Issues on Measures to be Taken for Elpida in Foreign Countries (co-author)
2014.05
Elpida Memory’s Story - Series 5: Issues on Bonds with Share Options and Straight Bonds in Elpida’s Reorganization Proceedings (co-author)
2010.01.05
Feature: Another Turn on Cross-border (External/Concurrent) Bankruptcy - Concurrent Restructuring of Parent and Subsidiary Companies in the U.S. and Japan as Observed in a Case involving ATJ, AJH and ATI - Business Transfer Not Provided for in a Reorganization Plan and the "Section 363 Sale,"
2009.09.20
Practical Commentary on Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code - Essentials for the Collection of Claims by Applicant Companies - Distinguishing Them Based on Whether They are Secured or Unsecured

Noteworthy Accomplishments

- Rams Corporation (a maritime enterprise) – Corporate reorganization: provisional administrator’s representative and trustee’s representative (2015)
- Skymark Airlines Inc. – Civil rehabilitation proceedings: representative of a foreign-affiliated aircraft leasing creditor (2015)
- EDWIN(manufacturer) – Turnaround ADR: representative of the applicant company (2013)
- Elpida Memory Inc. (DRAM manufacturer) – Corporate reorganization: trustee’s representative (2012)
- Takefuji Corporation (financial business) – Corporate reorganization: trustee’s representative (2010)
- Asyst Technologies Japan, Inc. (semiconductor manufacturer) – Corporate reorganization: trustee’s representative (2009)
- Spansion Japan (flash memory manufacturer) – Corporate reorganization: legal advisor

Languages

Japanese and English

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