Toshiaki Takahashi represents domestic and international business companies and investment funds. He works on dispute resolution matters related to business transactions, torts, product liability, control of a company, real estate investment, and renewable energy, among others. Toshiaki notably gained an order to set aside an arbitral award from the Osaka High Court, which was the second case where a Japanese court set aside an arbitral award under the current Japanese Arbitration Act. In addition, he has substantial experience in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts (including construction [EPC]), labor matters, and international arbitration.
Toshiaki studied at the National University of Singapore (2016-2017) and worked in the Firm's Singapore Office (2017-2018).
Toshiaki served a secondment at the Japanese arm of a major U.S. retail company, where he handled anticorruption matters, including negotiation of anticorruption clauses with business partners.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Toshiaki worked at a major Japanese news agency as a staff writer.
- June 25, 2018
OCAJI Seminar - Navigating Payment Risks in Southeast Asia
- National University of Singapore (LL.M. in International Arbitration & Dispute Resolution 2017); The Legal Training and Research Institute of the Supreme Court of Japan (2010); University of Tokyo (J.D. 2009); University of Tsukuba (B.A. in International Studies 2002)
- Japan (Daini Tokyo Bar Association)
- English, Japanese