Bingham McCutchen LLP
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Hideyuki Sakai is managing partner of the Tokyo office, Bingham Sakai Mimura Aizawa. Hideyuki founded Sakai & Mimura in 1995. He is one of Japan’s leading authorities in insolvency and financial restructuring and was selected by Chambers Asia 2014 as a leading restructuring and insolvency lawyer in Tokyo with a stand-alone “Band 1” listing for the sixth consecutive year. He is also co-chair of the firm’s global Financial Restructuring Group (Asia head).
Hideyuki’s practice includes international mergers and acquisitions; licensing and joint venture agreements; the establishment of operations for foreign entities and financial institutions; complex commercial litigation; insolvency; workouts; bankruptcy; civil rehabilitation; special liquidation; and other proceedings involving insolvency procedures around the world, advice for out-of-court workout guidelines and advice for shareholder meeting governance.
Insolvency Law Practice:
We are authorities in the U.S., the U.K. and Asia, but we have uniquely long-standing experience and perspective on cross-border workouts and insolvencies across the globe. We were pioneers of the cross-border workout/insolvency advisory industry, and we have made this work a strategic focus for more than 25 years. Bingham’s Financial Restructuring Group is recognized as one of the world’s leading global restructuring practices. We provide strategic and creative advice and solutions concerning troubled investments and loans worldwide.
Bingham McCutchen LLP:
Morgan Lewis provides comprehensive litigation, merger and acquisition, finance & restructuring, regulatory, intellectual property, and employment and benefits legal services to corporate clients in many industries and markets. We craft and execute business- and industry-specific strategies that address the full scope of our clients’ challenges and opportunities in the courtroom, in the boardroom, within the workforce, and in government and policy matters.
Founded in 1873, Morgan Lewis offers 725 partners and nearly 2,000 lawyers—as well as scores of patent agents, benefits advisers, regulatory scientists, and other specialists—in 28 offices across North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
Morgan Lewis’s expanding global presence includes some 140 lawyers in our nine offices in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. They advise clients in such critical sectors as energy and finance, and on matters ranging from significant transactions to labor issues. Together with our hundreds of lawyers working from offices strategically situated in the hubs of commerce, law, and government throughout the United States, we offer clients a genuinely multinational platform from which to pursue their business goals.