Yukie Kurosawa focuses on white-collar crime, including FCPA and antitrust violations, and domestic and international commercial dispute resolution. She splits her time between O’Melveny’s Los Angeles and Tokyo offices. Yukie served as a judge of the Tokyo District Court until 2006 after receiving her Diploma in the Legal Training and Research Institute of the Supreme Court of Japan in October 2001.
- White-Collar Crime
- Represents executives of Japanese companies in multi-jurisdictional criminal antitrust investigations in the US and Japan
- Represents Japanese and US companies in pre-merger antitrust assessment
- Advises several Japanese and US companies regarding FCPA matters
- Represents major consumer finance companies in a nation-wide mass consumer litigation in Japan
- Represents a large private equity firm in claims for financial fraud against a large Japanese trading company in Tokyo District Court
- Represented a US company in claims against its distributor in Japan
- Represented a Japanese game company in an action for fraud
- Labor and Employment
- Advised several multinational companies in connection with labor law issues arising from their withdrawal from Japan during the global recession
- Advised international companies in various industries in regards to down-sizing, withdrawal from the market, executive replacement, termination of employees, harassment matters, mental health-related matters, and other general employment law advice
- Duke Law School, Visiting Scholar, 2004
- The Legal Training and Research Institute of The Supreme Court of Japan, Diploma
- Chuo University, LL.B.
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