Managing Cultural Differences in Attorney-Client Relations

07 November 2009 Tokyo, Japan Past Event

Location

Harumi Ferry Terminal Event Hall
Tokyo, Japan
On November 7, 2009, Foley Partner Etsuo Doi will be speaking on a panel titled “Managing Cultural Differences in Attorney-Client Relations” at the TUJ Law School 15th Anniversary Symposium “Issues for International Lawyers in Japan.”

The 15th Anniversary Symposium has invited active lawyers and law school professors as keynote speakers and panelists to discuss such diverse topics as the roles of foreign lawyers and ethical issues in Japan; differences between Japanese and American legal systems and legal cultures; corporate governance and compliance; and intellectual property and Japan’s legal reform.

The symposium will emphasize the importance of these issues for people doing business in Japan as well as for lawyers. The symposium will also will be concerned with how corporations can best utilize foreign lawyers and their services.

For more information please visit, the Temple University Web site.

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Managing Cultural Differences in Attorney-Client Relations

Location

Harumi Ferry Terminal Event Hall
Tokyo, Japan