Attorney at Law Admitted in China
Ms. Jin graduated from China University of Political Science and Law, Department of Economics and Law in 2000, and during the same year passed the Chinese National Bar Examination. From July 2000, she worked at JingDa Law Offices in Shanghai, where she concentrated in foreign investment in China, foreign trade with China, and civil litigation. After coming to Japan in 2002, Ms. Jin received an LL.M. from Keio University Graduate School of Law in 2005. Ms. Jin joined Kuroda Law Offices in June, 2005, and is currently focusing on matters concerning foreign investment in China by Japanese enterprises.
Major matters handled
• Antidumping in China
In an antidumping case in China involving a paper manufacturer, Ms. Jin responded to allegations, prepared answers and handled local investigations.
• Antimonopoly declaration in China
When a non-ferrous metals manufacturer conducted a business operator concentration in Japan, Ms. Jin was responsible for work relating to the antimonopoly declaration in China.
• Withdrawal from a Chinese joint venture
When a dairy products manufacturer withdrew from its joint venture in China, Ms. Jin investigated related assets, drew up a withdrawal strategy and drafted the necessary agreements.
• Incorporation of a Chinese joint venture
Ms. Jin performed contract negotiations and prepared the necessary agreements for the incorporation of a Chinese joint venture for a metals manufacturer.
- JingDa Law Offices, Shanghai, China, 2000–2002
- Chinese attorney at law, Kuroda Law Offices, 2005–Present
- Graduated from China University of Political Science and Law, 2000
- Waseda University, Intensive Japanese Language Program, 2002
- University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Law and Politics, 2003
- Keio University Graduate School of Law, 2005
- Admitted as Chinese Attorney at Law, 2001 (Not admitted in Japan)
- Chinese, Japanese and Korean