Tag: Japan legal market

Helping Japan Inc. expand into Thailand. An interview with Emi Rowse (Igusa)

Emi Rowse (Igusa) is a Partner with Kudun & Partners, a Thai law firm, where she heads the Japan practice.  In her role she assists Japanese corporations enter the Thai market.  A specialist in corporate litigation and arbitration matters, Rowse is a HK qualified lawyer who […]

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Why the future looks bright for online legal services in Asia

“Legal services utilising the internet and online technologies are here to stay”, according to a recent article by Peter Frankl in Legal Practice Intelligence. Frankl explains how categories referred to as “Online Legal Services, Online Law Firms and Online Lawyers are still nascent” — and that […]

What are the prospects for legal startups in Japan? An interview with Tim Romero, author of DisruptingJapan.com

Tim Romero is a Tokyo-based innovator, author, and entrepreneur.  He’s started several companies since coming to Japan more than 20 years ago — and he’s deeply involved in Japan’s startup community as an investor, founder and mentor.  He is the author of the widely-read blog DisruptingJapan.com […]

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From lawyer to Tokyo startup entrepreneur: An interview with Nikola Pavesic of Justa

Elise Hu (@elisewho), reporting for NPR earlier this month, outlined how the startup scene in Japan is now beginning to gain momentum in an economy still centered around traditional companies that made it big in the latter part of the last century.  The Japanese government, however, […]