Tsuyoshi (Yoshi) Ikeda is an attorney at law at Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, based in Tokyo, Japan, who primarily practices in the area of antitrust and competition law. He regularly advises clients on all aspects of antitrust/competition issues, including cartels, merger filings, distribution issues both in domestic and international (multi-jurisdictional) cases. He has been representing multinational companies before the JFTC in international cartels and second phase review merger cases. Yoshi also advises on IP-related antitrust issues such as licence and standardisation, taking advantage of his experience as an investigator in the IP/IT task force at the JFTC. Yoshi also has a wealth of experience in consumer protection issues such as misleading advertisements. Yoshi frequently serves as a speaker or moderator in international conferences, such as ICN and IBA.
Yoshi has been listed as a leading expert in competition law in Chambers Asia, since 2014.
Yoshi is a graduate of Kyoto University (LLB, 2002) and University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall) (LLM, 2008). He is admitted to the bar in Japan, New York and California.
WWL says: Commended to researchers as an "intelligent and highly knowledgeable" practitioner
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