Law for a global market
Specialist services that meet the needs of the textile and clothing industries are being developed by an increasing number of legal practices. In the legal world, east is east and west is west, and the two are diametrically opposed. Japanese culture abhors legal actions and prefers to settle disputes by arbitration. Court action is considered dishonorable, so Japanese law firms tend to be small while individual companies have their own in-house legal expert.
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