Thoughts on necessary change in Japan
As Japan seeks to internationalise its arbitration offering ahead of the 2020 Olympics, four Tokyo-based practitioners, Yoshimasa Furuta, Tony Andriotis, Yuki Sakioka and Michael Mroczek, argue that more certainty is needed on whether foreign lawyers can act as arbitrators and arbitration counsel if the country is to become a sought-after seat.
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