Authorities, Responsibilities and Liabilities of Directors and Statutory Auditors of A Stock Corporation (KK)

If a company is a stock corporation of Japan (kabushiki kaisha/KK) with a Board of Directors (torishimariyaku-kai), at least three Directors (torishimariyaku) and one Statutory Auditor (kansayaku) must be appointed.

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Process to Incorporate A Japanese Company (KK/Kabushiki Kaisha)

A kabushiki kaisha (KK/Stock Corporation) is a typical type of corporation for a business enterprise.

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“Litigation on Business Transaction – Insights from Court Precedents”

“Litigation on Business Transaction – Insights from Court Precedents” was published from Dai-ichi Hoki.

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“Practice and Theory of Joint Venture Agreements”

"Practice and Theory of Joint Venture Agreements" was published by Kinzai Institute for Financial Affairs.

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“Q&A on Issues in Hiring Foreign Employees”

“Q&A on Issues in Hiring Foreign Employees” was published by Minjiho Kenkyukai.

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Keiko Ohara participated in the panel for “Working as a Sole Practitioner in Tokyo” at the Women in Law Japan event on 30 May 2018.

Keiko Ohara participated in the panel for “Working as a Sole Practitioner in Tokyo” at the Women in Law Japan event on 30 May 2018.

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