All disputes in society can be finally settled in “court.”
In a trial, a wide range of skills and abilities as a lawyer are required, including the ability to accurately grasp and analyze the last details of each case, the ability to collect compelling evidence and minutely investigate and analyze laws and judicial precedents as well as the skill to prepare convincing documentation and interrogation skills to elicit advantageous testimony.
We have preserved a well-established tradition of “defense in court” supported by 100 years of achievement since our foundation and have accumulated several generations of knowhow. We feel proud that there is no other law firm that is comparable to us in its mastery of such knowhow, and we have responded to and matched, and often exceeded the expectations of many clients.
We have also accumulated a great deal of knowhow concerning “preventive legal affairs” that prevent disputes and trials from occurring in advance.
Although it seems “preventive legal affairs” and “defense in court” are positioned on the opposite side of the spectrum, when disputes are settled by way of discussion, it is necessary to address the other party in an absolutely impartial and thorough tone in consideration of a case actually being brought into court.
Therefore, we believe that a lawyer who is familiar with “defense in court” is the most suitable person in addressing “preventive legal affairs.”
We are committed to providing comprehensive support to clients in realizing our management philosophy “all for clients,” always bearing in mind the fundamental standpoint of a lawyer “defense in court” and also actively putting forth our efforts into fulfilling “preventive legal affairs.”