Daiske Yoshida is a partner in the Tokyo office of Latham & Watkins. He has extensive experience in cross-border litigation, arbitration and investigations in a wide range of subject areas, including intellectual property, antitrust, anticorruption, securities, accountant liability, and general commercial disputes. Mr. Yoshida represents clients in US federal and state courts as well as international arbitrations, and leads large-scale internal investigations in Japan, US and Europe involving antitrust, anticorruption and securities law issues. His experience includes cases both at the trial and appellate levels, including appeals before the US Supreme Court and the Second, Ninth and Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. He is listed as a leading individual for Japan antitrust and competition law by Legal 500 Asia-Pacific 2016.
Mr. Yoshida also has extensive experience in pre-litigation analysis of potential intellectual property and antitrust claims (both defensive and offensive), and advises clients in transactions involving intellectual property rights, antitrust and anticorruption issues, and arbitration agreements.
Mr. Yoshida is qualified to practice before the New York bar and in Japan as Gaikokuho-Jimu-Bengoshi (registered foreign lawyer, New York law).