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Insurance-Related Litigation (Second Edition)

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Insurance-Related Litigation (Second Edition)

Masako Yajima and Motonori Ezaki edited and wrote a book entitled, “Insurance-Related Litigation (Second Edition),” published by Minjiho Kenkyukai on February 27, 2023.


矢嶋 雅子

In addition to corporate disputes such as shareholder derivative actions and share purchase demands, she has numerous experiences in technology disputes related to plant accidents, product accidents, patent infringement, system development troubles, etc., soil contamination disputes, insurance disputes including reinsurance, labor disputes, and consumer disputes. Her main publications include "International Arbitration and Corporate Strategy: Bridging Theory and Practice" (Auther, Yuhikaku, 2014), "Current Status of Litigation Procedures and Defense Practice Issues Associated with Corporate Activities in the United States" (co-author, Jurist No. 1474, December 2014), "Overview of Intellectual Property Law (5th Edition)" (co-editor, Kobundo, 2013), "Judgments Concerning M&A, etc. and Directors' Duty of Care in Good Faith" (Jurist supplement, May 2013), "M Judgment on M&A, etc. and Director's Duty of Care" (Juristo, May 2013 issue, "Selection of M&A Reorganization Precedents Effective in Practice"), "Commentary on Appeal Court Decision in Fukuoka Fish Market Shareholders' Representative Suit Case - Parent Company Director's Responsibility for Subsidiary Management and Relief" (co-author, Junkan Shoji Homu No. 1970, July 5, 2012 issue), etc. No. 1970, July 5, 2012), etc. 

Motonori’s practice focuses on domestic and international commercial disputes in diverse industries. In addition to domestic commercial litigation, he has extensive experience with international litigation in various jurisdictions, including United States, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and South America. He also advises on disputes related to a variety of commercial insurance policies, including directors' and officers' liability insurance (D&O insurance), property and business interruption insurance, representations and warranties insurance (M&A insurance), and credit insurance.