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Executive Hacks And What To Do
I was recently helping a client in Tokyo respond to a serious and sophisticated cyber breach where hackers executed a transfer of nearly US$1M out of the client's Hong Kong bank account.
Japan
31 Jul 2019
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Ninth Circuit Holds That Trading Unsponsored ADRs Can Be Used To Justify Claims Under Rule 10b-5
On July 17, 2018, the Ninth Circuit issued an opinion in Stoyas v. Toshiba Corporation, holding that the Supreme Court's decision in Morrison v. National Australia Bank Ltd.
Japan
29 Aug 2018
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Economic Crimes Against Japanese Corporations Frequently Target Intellectual Property
Consulting and auditing firm PwC Japan released a 2018 analysis of economic crimes such as fraud and cyber attacks in Japanese corporations July 31, 2018, based on its Economic Crime...
Japan
16 Aug 2018
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Japan Legal Update | Vol. 35
The UCPA Amendment Bill aims to create an environment that will further facilitate the use of data, given the ongoing development of information technology.
Japan
27 Apr 2018
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New Legislation For The Unfair Competition Prevention Act
Many incidents have recently been reported concerning misappropriation of Japanese companies' trade secret, especially by foreign entities.
Japan
21 Jan 2017
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Recent Developments In Japanese Enforcement Of Foreign Bribery Laws
In recent years, Japan has been under increasing scrutiny and pressure from the international community regarding its enforcement of its anti-corruption laws.
Japan
16 Nov 2016
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Japan Discloses New Efforts To Combat Foreign Bribery, As OECD Steps Up Pressure On Japan To Increase Enforcement
While many people don’t know it, a bribery scandal in Japan in 1976 was part of the motivation for the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Japan
20 May 2014
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Amendment To Japanese Investment Management Regulations In Response To AIJ Incident
On October 12, 2012, in response to the recent AIJ scandal, the Financial Services Agency of Japan (the "Japanese FSA") published a draft amendment to certain rules.
Japan
26 Nov 2012
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JFTC Refers Bridge Construction Bid-Rigging Case to Public Prosecutors Office for Criminal Indictment
On May 23rd, the Japan Fair Trade Commission ("JFTC") requested that the Public Prosecutors Office ("PPO") initiate criminal investigations of eight leading Japanese bridge construction companies, which the JFTC believes have committed bid-rigging in bridge constructions ordered by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.
Japan
7 Jun 2005
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