Hiroyuki Tanaka handles a broad range of general matters, litigation, and dispute resolution cases related to domestic and international intellectual property laws and IT. He has extensive experience as a representative in cases involving commercial disputes, such as intellectual property infringement disputes, trade secret disputes and other disputes related to the Unfair Competition Prevention Act, licence agreement disputes, employee invention disputes and system development disputes. He is engaged in domestic and international licensing of intellectual property and handles M&A transactions for companies that hold a number of intellectual properties. He has authored or co-authored a number of articles and books regarding intellectual property law including ‘For Practical Use: Selected Court Decisions Related to International Business [Intellectual Property]’ (Jurist Special Issue, 2015).
Keio University (LLB, 2004)
Keio Law School (JD, 2006)
New York University School of Law (LLM in Competition, Innovation, and Information Law, Concentration in Intellectual Property Law, 2013)