NERA Tokyo Office 10th Anniversary Seminar: The Role of Economic Analysis in Litigation and Regulation

Tokyo, Japan
28 February 2012
Hosted By: NERA Economic Consulting

January 2012 marked the 10th anniversary of the opening of NERA’s Tokyo office. To celebrate this milestone, NERA hosted a seminar covering a broad range of our practices. NERA provides practical and realistic solutions through innovative application of microeconomic frameworks to complex litigation and regulation issues in the areas of international transfer pricing, securities and finance, antitrust and competition policy, intellectual property, energy, telecommunications, and healthcare.

With increasingly stringent laws and regulations in an increasingly globalized economy, companies are facing more involvement in litigation and disputes, and it has become critical for companies to secure fair and reasonable benefits from these challenges. NERA has supported these companies by providing quantitative and objective analyses to resolve complex legal problems.

In this seminar, our experts explained how economic analysis can provide practical solutions to such problems by providing examples of NERA’s experience in Japan with international transfer pricing, securities and finance, antitrust, intellectual property, and international arbitration cases.

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