Many Japanese corporations, like their counterparts around the world, have suspended operations in Russia since it invaded Ukraine in February. But some are still operating in the country as usual, fearful that their businesses will be seized and possibly nationalized by the Russian government if they close down or suspend operations there, lawyers in Japan say.

Partners at Japan’s largest law firms have been fielding countless calls from corporate clients scrambling to understand the implications of a draft law that could prove costly.  

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