Toru Yamada has more than 25 years of experience advising companies, particularly pharmaceutical companies, tire manufacturers, securities firms, private equity firms, asset management firms, and financial advisers. His areas of practice include M&A, joint ventures, structured finance, securities regulations, fund formations, real estate securitizations, labor, corporate restructurings, and corporate counseling.
Toru served as the lead counsel in acquisition transactions of various listed and nonlisted companies in Japan. He also served as the lead counsel in a number of real estate securitization transactions and fund formations.
Toru is a member of the Dai-Ichi Tokyo Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Japanese American Society for Legal Studies, the Trust Companies Association of Japan, among others. He is an editorial supervisor of "Complete Corporate Internal Rules" and "Complete Corporate Officers Rules" and a coauthor of "Limited Liability Partnership: Law and Registration." He has recently authored articles in Japanese periodicals about labor and equity finance.
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- Harvard University (LL.M. 1997); Legal Training and Research Institute (Diploma 1992); University of Tokyo (LL.B. 1990)
- Japan (Dai-Ichi Tokyo Bar Association) and New York
- Japanese, English, Russian