Japan Limits Foreign Lawyers
Foreign lawyers are unhappy about the recommendations of a Justice Ministry report on deregulation of Japan's highly protected legal environment. If the suggested changes are implemented, foreign firms will be permitted to open offices under their own names and form partnerships with Japanese counterparts. But they still won't be able to hire or supervise Japanese lawyers. American lawyers say this provision means that local firms would likely keep their monopoly on international law practice.
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