ARQIS Foreign Law Office

ARQIS Foreign Law Office is a leading German law firm in the Japanese market with many years of experience in cross-border transactions between German-speaking countries and Japan. After several years of successful cooperation, in January 2009, TMI Associates and ARQIS established a joint enterprise to provide comprehensive legal services in all relevant areas for foreign investors in Japan and for Japanese investors in Germany. Services include commercial and corporate law, M&A, anti-trust and competition law, labor law, intellectual property law, banking and finance law, insurance law, real estate law, and environmental law, as well as litigation.

ARQIS / TMI provides innovative legal solutions and business-oriented advice for a wide range of clients from various industries, including automotive, construction, pharmaceutical, chemical industry, machinery and engineering, and software and biotechnology, renewable energy, as well as international trade, real estate, banking, and insurance. ARQIS / TMI in particular focuses on cross-border transactions between German-speaking countries and Japan, covering all legal aspects of transactions, including renewable energy projects, large scale due diligence projects and securities law issues.

The unique combination of a German and a Japanese law firm offers clients first class professional advice designed for their needs. Teams of legal experts proficient in the laws of their jurisdiction deliver business-oriented solutions of the highest standards in view of the client’s specific situation and industry background. ARQIS / TMI professionals aim to render proactive legal services based on their respective special expertise to provide the best possible solutions for our clients.

ARQIS Foreign Law Office is part of ARQIS Rechtsanwälte with additional offices in Dusseldorf and Munich. Our practice in Japan is supported by a dedicated Japan Desk in our Dusseldorf office. The Japan Desk is staffed by Japanese attorneys registered in Germany and German attorneys fluent in Japanese who have spent part of their professional careers in Japan. For further information about ARQIS, please refer to the homepage: