Okaerinasai, or welcome back, to this article series on conducting discovery in Japan. Part I of this series discussed how the 2015 amendments to the U.S. Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have affected document and data collections and discovery in Japan. The second part of this series explores the current data privacy landscape in Japan and addresses key logistical and cultural issues that practitioners should consider when seeking or conducting discovery in Japan.

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