Nishimura Legal Research Institute (Nishimura & Asahi Law Office) A must-see for those involved in DX! “Forefront of Competition Policy Surrounding the Cloud” Free Online Event Held
October 26, 2022 (Wednesday) 13: 00-14: 50 (Archive delivery available until November 27 (Sunday))
The Nishimura Legal Research Institute, a research institute established by Nishimura & Asahi Law Office, will present “Forefront of Competition Policy Surrounding the Cloud -For Promoting Innovation in the Public and Private Sectors-” on October 26, 2022 (Wednesday). will be held at
The use of the cloud is becoming indispensable in public and private sector activities, but as the Japan Fair Trade Commission announced a series of surveys on the cloud and software in 2022, there have been major changes in competition policies surrounding the cloud in recent years. You can
Hosted by the Nishimura Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, this event will provide a cross-sectional understanding of the surveys recently published by the Japan Fair Trade Commission and deepen knowledge of international trends. A panel discussion will be held to consider in-depth from the perspectives of industry, academia, and government.
Overview of the event
Date and time: October 26, 2022 (Wednesday) 13: 00-14: 50 (You can watch the archived video until November 27 (Sunday))
Application URL: https://nials-cloud.peatix.com/
Keynote Speech 13:00～
Japan Fair Trade Commission’s Efforts in the Digital Field ~Survey on the Field of Cloud Services~ (25 minutes)
・Mr. Ryota Inaba, Head of Digital Market Planning and Research Office, Japan Fair Trade Commission
Latest Trends in Competition Policy Concerning Procurement and Use of Cloud Software (25 minutes)
・ Mr. Tatsuya Tsunoda, Attorney at Nishimura & Asahi Law Office Panel discussion 13:50～
Fair competition and public-private innovation in the cloud service field (60 minutes)
・ Yoshiharu Ichikawa, part-time lecturer at Keio University
・Mr. Naomi Koshi, Attorney at Law, Miura Law Office / CEO, OnBoard Co., Ltd. ・World Economic Forum Fourth Industrial Revolution Japan Center Agile Governance Project Specialist Teruyoshi Sumiya
・Yasumasa Yamamoto, Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Management, Kyoto University / Venture Investor / Chief Researcher, Tokyo Foundation
・ Mr. Kojiro Fujii, Partner Attorney at Nishimura & Asahi Law Office -Moderator- About event organizers
The Nishimura Institute of Advanced Legal Studies is a research institute that aims to bridge legal theory and legal practice, established in April 2007 by Nishimura & Asahi, one of Japan’s leading law firms. is.
Based on theoretical and practical research and research from a strategic perspective on legal affairs, the Nishimura Institute of Advanced Legal Studies makes progressive and cutting-edge proposals for legal practice, and raises the level of legal practice. A research organization that plans and implements training and lectures for Sound development of legal practice is essential for the development of socio-economic activities in Japan, and the Nishimura Institute of Advanced Legal Studies works within the framework of conventional legal practice to contribute to the development of such legal practice. We aim to conduct innovative research on difficult basic and applied problems in the field of science and to return the results to practice.
Mr. Ryota Inaba, Head of Digital Market Planning and Research Office, Japan Fair Trade Commission
Joined the Fair Trade Commission in 2005. In addition to the General Secretariat of the Fair Trade Commission, the Embassy of Japan in the United States (2014-2017), Cabinet Secretariat Japan Economic Revitalization General Secretariat (2018-2019), etc. Incumbent since July 2017.
Mr. Tatsuya Tsunoda, Attorney at Nishimura & Asahi Law Offices Lawyer belonging to Nishimura Asahi Law Office. In addition to dealing with many economic law cases such as competition law and consumer protection legislation, mainly in the IT industry, he is well versed in data protection, telecom and other business regulations, and domestic and foreign policy analysis. He has also published numerous publications in these fields.
Yoshiharu Ichikawa, part-time lecturer at Keio University
Completed the University of Leicester Law School (LLM with
distinction), and completed the doctoral course at the Graduate School of Applied Information Science, University of Hyogo. PhD (Applied Information Science). Specializes in competition law, EU competition law, and media law. Currently a part-time lecturer at Keio University Law School. Major publications include “AI and the Constitution” (co-author, Nikkei Publishing), “EU Legal Practice” (co-author, Iwanami Shoten).
Mr. Naomi Koshi, Attorney at Law, Miura Law Office / CEO, OnBoard Co., Ltd. Mayor of Otsu City after working at Nishimura Asahi Law Office. As the youngest female mayor at the time, she promoted smart cities such as autonomous driving. Currently focusing on startups and smart cities as a partner of Miura Law Office. As the CEO of OnBoard Co., Ltd., she trains and introduces female executives. Outside director of V-cube and Softbank. Graduated from Hokkaido University and Harvard Law School. Attorney at law in Japan, NY and CA. Author of the book “Practice of Public-Private Partnership Urban Development: Utilization of Public Assets and Smart City”.
World Economic Forum Fourth Industrial Revolution Japan Center Agile Governance Project Specialist Teruyoshi Sumiya
Graduated from Keio University Graduate School of System Design and Management. In February 2019, he established Pnika, a general incorporated association, with the mission of realizing a society in which innovators connect with system designers, experts, and citizens and work together to design legal systems. Since February 2020, he has been working in his current position to update governance in the digital age.
Yasumasa Yamamoto, Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Management, Kyoto University / Venture Investor / Chief Researcher, Tokyo Foundation
After obtaining a master’s degree at the University of Tokyo, worked at the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (at that time) Americas
Headquarters. After graduating from Harvard University with a Master of Science degree, he joined Google. Acquire knowledge of technology by supporting DX such as fintech, new technology introduction, and business model transformation. After working as a fellow of the US-Japan Leadership Program, a program that builds networks between leaders in Japan and the United States, he made use of his knowledge of both business and technology to make venture investments that mainly specialize in Fintech and Artificial Intelligence. act as a home.
Mr. Kojiro Fujii Partner Attorney at Nishimura & Asahi -Moderator- Nishimura Asahi Law Office Partner Lawyer. In addition to handling many cases in the fields of antitrust law and international economic law, he is also involved in international litigation, corporate crisis management, and rule-making matters. In addition to serving as a member of many government and industry research committees, he has received numerous awards from lawyer evaluation magazines and the media.
Company name: Nishimura Legal Research Institute
Location: Otemon Tower, 1-1-2 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8124 Representative: Minoru Nakazato
Established: April 2007
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