Yukiko Moriyama’s practice focuses on general corporate and compliance matters, including commercial contracts, debt collection, and labor and employment. She is highly regarded for her work on information-related legal affairs, including the Personal Information Protection Law, the Law Against Unjustifiable Premiums and Misleading Representations, and the Information Disclosure Act. She worked on the legislation process as an Assistant Counselor in the Preparatory Office for Revision of the Information Disclosure Act, Cabinet Secretariat. She was also involved in the revisions of the Personal Information Protection Law and the Law for Preventing Unjustifiable Premiums and Misleading Representations.
Ms. Moriyama has assisted clients in the establishment of a compliance system in accordance with the revised Personal Information Protection Law. She has also served as an advisor to many clients in the field of IT and other information-related matters, and authored and lectured extensively on those topics. Recognized for her expertise in information / data law as well as her gender perspective, she is frequently consulted by companies targeting women as their primary customers, such as those in the fashion and cosmetics industries. Ms. Moriyama is experienced in corporate governance issues, as she serves as an independent director of a publicly listed manufacturer of medical products and sits on its nominating committee.
Ms. Moriyama also handles cases of family affairs including inheritance, adult guardianship, and will preparation.