Lawyer profile for Asia-Pacific 2022
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Competition/Antitrust - Japan
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Dr. Mukai represents clients in numerous industries on M&A regulations, business alliances and strategic planning and has litigated antitrust cases. He also represents corporations and individuals in defence of international and domestic antitrust violations.
Chief Secretariat of the Amendment of the Antimonopoly Act Working Group of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations (June 2014); Member of the Japan Fair Trade Commission study group on a prospective JFTC discretionary surcharge (or, fining) system (February 2016-March 2017); Executive Board Member and Secretary General of the Japan Competition Law Forum (July 2019-present).
University of Tokyo, Faculty of Law (LL.B. 1994); Cornell Law School (LL.M. 2000); Hitotsubashi University (Ph.D. 2009 (Business Law (Antitrust/Competition Law)).
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