Yosuke Naota was born in Japan in 1983. He got a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Tokyo in 2006. After he graduated from the Legal Training and Research Institute of the Supreme Court of Japan in 2007, he worked as an associate lawyer of Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, one of the top law firms in Japan until 2012.
Yosuke has focused his practice primarily on international and domestic dispute resolution and international antitrust cases, in which he supported foreign or domestic companies. For example, he supported (i) a Japanese subsidiary of the world’s biggest information company based in the U.S. in the Labor Adjudication Procedure and the civil litigation in Japan and (ii) a Japanese big car manufacturing company which was accused of violating antitrust laws by the Department of Justice (DOJ) of the U.S. and the European Commission (EC) in responding to the inquiries by the DOJ and the EC. Also, he has professional experience in the general corporate and family laws. In addition, he was a member of Rights of the Juveniles Committee of Dai-Ichi Tokyo Bar Association in Japan.
Yosuke has great interest in international dispute resolution and international antitrust cases.
Yosuke is a native speaker of Japanese, fluent in English and has basic knowledge of Spanish.