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Tokyo International Law Office has hired corporate expert Jean-Denis Marx as a partner from Baker McKenzie, where he had worked for three decades.

Marx advises foreign companies on their investments and operations in the country regarding compliance with company law and labour law as well as joint ventures, licensing, franchising, general contracts, and intellectual property litigation.

Having started his career as a lawyer at the erstwhile Coudert Frères in Paris in 1990, he moved to Baker & McKenzie in Tokyo in 1994.

 

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