Squire Sanders in Japanese link-up

Managing partner of Squire Sanders' Tokyo office Ken Kurosu said: “We entered into the joint venture because we'd like to be able to offer Japanese law services to clients entering the Japanese market.”
Miki & Yoshida and Squire Sanders have shared office space for a decade and this move cements their relationship. The Japanese firm has a reputation based on solid intellectual property and IT work.
The joint venture will consist of about 20 fee-earners from Squire Sanders and five lawyers from Miki & Yoshida.