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Japanese antitrust law stems from the virtually verbatim adoption of United States antitrust law during the occupation years following World . Series: International Competition Law Series Set (Book 27). Hardcover: 368 pages

Japanese antitrust law stems from the virtually verbatim adoption of United States antitrust law during the occupation years following World War II. However. Hardcover: 368 pages. Publisher: Kluwer Law International (July 17, 2007).

Akira Inoue's Japanese Antitrust Law Manual will prove indispensable to business persons and their counsel, and of great value to students and teachers of antitrust and competition law. It is a source to be consulted. It is a source to be consulted again and again, both for precise answers to specific questions and for keen insight into the workings of this complex body of la.

Antitrust and competition – International firms and joint ventures. Antitrust and competition – International firms and joint ventures. Toshio Dokei – who co-heads the practice with senior counsel Anthony Mitchell – was part of the multi-office team advising independent container ship operator Seaspan on the competition aspects of acquiring the remaining 89% of Greater China Intermodal Investments.

Japanese competition law consists of the Antimonopoly Act (独占禁止法, Dokusen Kinshihō, "AMA"), officially the Act on Prohibition of Private Monopolization and Maintenance of Fair Trade.

Japanese competition law consists of the Antimonopoly Act (独占禁止法, Dokusen Kinshihō, "AMA"), officially the Act on Prohibition of Private Monopolization and Maintenance of Fair Trade (私的独占の禁止及び公正取引の確保に関する法律, Shiteki-dokusen no Kinshi oyobi Kōseitorihiki no Kakuho ni Kansuru Hōritsu, Act No. 54 of April 14, 1947), and several other statutory laws. The AMA was introduced during the postwar Allied occupation.

Back to Antitrust and Competition Around the World. 1. Overview of competition laws. There is no general provision in the Antimonopoly Act which prohibits anticompetitive practices. By Sinichiro Abe, Akira Inoue, Junya Ae and Michio Suzuki (Baker McKenzie Tokyo) The Antimonopoly and Fair Trade Maintenance Act 1947 (Antimonopoly Act) governs antitrust and unfair business practices in Japan. The Antimonopoly Act is divided into four parts

Japanese Antitrust Law Manual: Law, Cases and Interpretation of the Japanese Antimonopoly Act, International Competition Law Series 27. A Inoue.

Japanese Antitrust Law Manual: Law, Cases and Interpretation of the Japanese Antimonopoly Act, International Competition Law Series 27. Kigyo Ketsugo Gaidorain no kaisetsu to bunseki (Merger and acquisition guidelines: Examination and analysis).

Competition Policy International (CPI) is an independent knowledge-sharing organization focused on the diffusion of the most relevant antitrust information and content worldwide. Japan enacted Antimonopoly Law amendments on Wednesday designed to provide companies involved in anti-competitive practices with stronger incentives to cooperate in investigations under a leniency system. The House of Councilors approved the amendments by a unanimous vote at a plenary session. The amendments passed the House of Representatives in May.

Practice Areas: Antitrust, Competition Law. Lawyer. White & Case LLP White & Case Law Offices (Registered Association). Location: Tokyo, Japan. Practice Areas: Project Finance and Development Practice Asset Finance Law Structured Finance Law Antitrust, Competition Law Banking and Finance Law. Litigation Corporate and M&A Law Arbitration and Mediation Corporate Governance & Compliance Practice International Business Transactions Antitrust, Competition Law. Location: Practice Areas

Antitrust and Competition Law. Download list of titles. Publications within the series consider various legal, economic and political developments related to competition law and policy.

Antitrust and Competition Law. About Antitrust and Competition Law. Visit. They also consider the application of competition law and policy in sector-specific as well as cross-sector contexts

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Japanese antitrust law stems from the virtually verbatim adoption of United States antitrust law during the occupation years following World War II. However, distinctive Japanese elements have emerged with major amendments to the original Japanese Antimonopoly Act (JAA) in 1953, 1977, and 2005, with the result that Japanese antitrust law stands today as a uniquely important body of legislation and case law playing a significant role in international trade. This in-depth commentary by an internationally known practitioner and authority in the field fully details both the substance and procedure of the JAA, with close analyses of all the important cases that have been decided over the years. Among the crucial factors covered are the following:

details of the 1953, 1977, and 2005 amendments with their rationales; the special JAA conception of “unfair trade practice”; judicial interpretations of key terms in the law; interpretation of rules governing resale pricing and sales method restriction; merger regulations and guidelines; role of the Japanese Fair Trade Commission (JFTC); administrative procedure; judicial review; awards; and extraterritorial application of the JAA.

Especially valuable is a detailed sample compliance manual anticipating applicable contingencies likely to be encountered by any firm doing business in Japan. An appendix provides English texts of the JAA as amended, as well as important regulatory documents. Akira Inoue’s Japanese Antitrust Law Manual will prove indispensable to business persons and their counsel, and of great value to students and teachers of antitrust and competition law. It is a source to be consulted again and again, both for precise answers to specific questions and for keen insight into the workings of this complex body of law.