Kazuya Yamamoto’s practice is focused on transactional, corporate and regulatory matters for major Japanese institutional clients, including the largest department store holding company and operator in Japan, Japan’s largest leasing company and highly diversified financial conglomerate and the Japan branch of one of the world’s largest custody banks.
He specializes in domestic and international transactions, including M&A, corporate restructuring and reorganizations, joint ventures, franchise business, securitization, private equity and securities, together with expertise in labor law and litigation.
Kazuya began his legal career at a Japan-based structured finance and securitization law firm in 2000 and made partner in 2005. He joined Mamiya Law Offices as partner in 2010, which combined with Squire Patton Boggs in 2014.
He is a member of the Daini Tokyo Bar Association and the Japan Association of the Law of Finance.