Japanese law firm Miura & Partners (M&P) is set to open an office in the city of Nagoya, which will be the firm’s fifth since it was established in 2019.  The firm currently has three offices in Tokyo and one in Hiroshima.

Additionally, M&P announced that it will launch its Asia Project, aiming to assist companies either doing business in Asia, or looking to expand in the region. The initiative will be led by Ryoichi Inoue, head partner of M&P’s Southeast Asia/South Asia practice.

M&P currently has nearly 60 lawyers, including 41 partners, across its various offices.

 

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