Conférence & Séminaire

Legal Insight of E-commerce in the EU Market

Tarif :
JPY 4 000 for members of the French Chamber
JPY 8 000 for non-members
(To be paid in cash at the door or online via PayPal)
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.

L'événement est terminé.

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, we regret to let you know that the event had to be postponed. We will of course make sure to inform you as soon as the new date is fixed.

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Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, we regret to let you know that the event had to be postponed. We will of course make sure to inform you as soon as the new date is fixed.


Among the various business models allowing Japanese companies to sell products and services to EU market, namely, by setting up physical local locations in EU, by engaging distributors or agents or by licensing IP rights to EU local partners, each involving serious legal concerns, “e-commerce” might sound a fascinating alternative mode of safer business with more efficiency.

However, “e-commerce” would trigger new issues, which will be discussed with emphasis on (i) data privacy; (ii) platformer regulations; and (iii) online dispute resolution, together with comparison between Japan and EU. Inthis regard, this seminar also refers to Japanese laws and regulations also being developed in response to the global trends, which would be worthy of attention for French companies doing business in Japan.


Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, we regret to let you know that the event had to be postponed. We will of course make sure to inform you as soon as the new date is fixed.

 

About the speakers

Yoshihisa Hayakawa, Attorney-at-law in Japan and Professor of Rikkyo University

Senior Partner of Uryo & Itoga and University Professor in Japan and U.S. high-ranking universities such as Cornell and Columbia, Yoshihisa Hayakawa specializes in private international law and cross-border dispute resolution (arbitration, ODR, etc.), acting as a counsel in numerous international commercial litigation and arbitration cases for global corporations. He also assumes his position as arbitrator in many international arbitration cases. 

He has served as representative from Japan for UNCITRAL, APEC, Hague Conference on PIL and other international organizations, and as a member of advisory committees for diverse Japanese ministries.

Motoyasu Hirose, Attorney-at-law in Japan and France

Partner of Uryu & Itoga, admitted in both Japan and France, Motoyasu Hirose has substantial professional experience of practicing both laws in France for several years. 

He is regularly advising Japanese corporations and clients from francophone and European jurisdictions in all phases of cross-border investments, including those into high-barrier emerging markets, especially in the fields of global compliance and dispute resolution.

Satoshi Shudo, Attorney-at-law in Japan

Associate of Uryu & Itoga, Satoshi Shudo is handling cross-border issues such as global compliance and dispute resolutions, being also familiar with internet law and e-commerce regulations.

Makiko Nagai, Attorney-at-law in Japan

Associate of Uryu & Itoga, Makiko Nagai has plenty of experience in data privacy laws, namely GDPR regulations.  She is regularly advising Japanese and foreign clients in foreign investment business, with particular focus on this area.

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