Yuya Saito

Partner, Member of Tokyo Bar Association

He has been a registered attorney since 2008 and has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating complex contracts and other legal matters, including M &A, fund formation, joint venture projects, and other corporate legal matters. He has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating complex contracts, and has handled more than several thousand contractual documents through his advisory work and other small and large projects such as M&A and real estate securitization. In recent years, he has been actively involved in social contribution activities under the theme of “regional development” while serving as a PR ambassador for his hometown Yamanashi Prefecture (Yamanashi Ambassador), and has established his own new company to promote business succession and M&A projects specializing in solving regional succession issues together with local sponsors and other cooperating companies and businesses. He is also promoting a business succession and M&A project specializing in resolving local succession issues.

Education and Professional Background

2004 : Graduated from Chuo University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law
2008 : Registered as attorney at law in Japan Joined Baker & McKenzie (Gaikokuho Joint Enterprise)Secondment in foreign financial institution
2013 : Participated as one of the founding partners of Waseda Legal Commons, LPC

Main Industries of Clients

Banking, investment fund, real estate, power generation, construction, logistic, bridals, shoes import and sales, and beauty treatment, relaxation, foot care.

Practice Areas

Banking and financial legal affairs, general real estate transactions, securitization of real estate, fund-related legal affairs, M&A including due diligence, dispute resolutions, general corporate legal affairs, and civil and criminal cases.

Membership and Official Positions

Small and Medium Enterprise Agency Business Innovation Support Organization

Lectures

February 2016: Personal Information Protection Learning from Case Studies (hosted by) Waseda University Extension Center
March 2017: “Contract Practice” taught by lawyers (hosted by) Waseda University Extension Center
March and November 2019: Seminar on checking contracts (hosted by) Tokyo San Bengoshikai Tama Branch

Message

I want to do my best work for others because I have relied on others my whole life.
Going back to my original intention, I am always committed to providing client-oriented legal services by sincerely dealing with each and every client who comes to me for consultation.
My motto is to never compromise in resolving any legal issues that my clients may face.

Languages

Japanese