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Bingham McCutchen has expanded its antitrust practice by adding a leading Japanese lawyer to its Tokyo office. Hiroshi Iyori served as secretary general and then commissioner of the Japan Fair Trade Commission before entering private practice. Iyori, who comes to Bingham from Asahi Law Offices, is chairman of the Japan Competition Law Research Institute and the International Antimonopoly Law and Industrial Property Law Research Institute. Bingham, which has nearly 1,000 attorneys in 13 offices, said it will continue expanding the Tokyo office and plans to have more than 50 Japanese lawyers there by the fall. In addition to antitrust cases in the United States, the firm currently represents major corporations in investigations before the Japan Fair Trade Commission. The firm also strengthened its antitrust practice recently by adding a lawyer to its Boston office. The Japanese practice focuses on large-scale cross-border, corporate, mergers and acquisitions, finance, antitrust and intellectual property matters.

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