Partner Kosuke Yoshimura

Osaka Bar Association, Japan Federation of Bar Associations (2008)
New York State Bar (2018)


Location : Osaka Office

Education & Professional Experience

2017 - 2018
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP (New York)

2017
University of Virginia, School of Law (LL.M.)

2007
Kyoto University Law School (J.D.)

2005
Kyoto University (LL.B.)

Activities

2022 -
Facilitator, Antitrust Law Practice Study Group, Osaka Bar Association

2022 -
Part-time Lecturer, Kyoto University Faculty of Law

2014 - 2016
Part-time Lecturer, Kyoto University Law School

Seminars/Lectures Archives

2022.08.29
【Onilne Seminar】Catch up on the Premiums and Representations Act - Focusing on Recent Topics
2022.02.22
【Onilne Seminar】Series of Seminars on Latest Court Decisions (9): Explanation on the Latest Court Decisions Concerning Antitrust Law and Consumer Law
2022.02.09
【Onilne Seminar】Life Science Practice Seminar No.5: Practices of Compliance with the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Act (Focusing on Development of the Compliance Structure and Monetary Penalty System)
2021.08.27
Risks Relating to Use of External Human Resources -- Examination of "Employment" and "Quasi-Employment" Working Styles from the View Points of Labor Law and Anti-Monopoly Law
2021.08.17 ~2021.09.21
[Paid Online Lecture] Learn from the Basics: Five laws that persons in charge of corporate legal affairs should know (Lecture 3: Act against Unjustifiable Premiums and Misleading Representations)
2020.12.10 ~2021.02.26
【Online Seminar】 The Latest Revisions to the Anti-Monopoly Act and Practice Thereunder - The Measures that Should be Taken by Companies against the Enforcement of the Revised Act -
2020.07.30
【Online Seminar】 Utilization of External Human Resources and Related Risks - Intersection of Antimonopoly Act and Employment Law
2019.11.12
Latest Trends in Compliance in Japan, the U.S. and Europe
2019.05.23
Points to Consider regarding the Anti-Monopoly Act upon Contract Negotiation
2018.12.14
【Osaka】Practical Actions to be Taken in an Investigation by the Fair Trade Commission that Companies should Know in Advance

Languages

Japanese and English

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