Organized crime is a menacing presence on the Japanese corporate scene, attempting to exploit business with ever greater sophistication for illicit purposes including money laundering. This is a serious issue for individuals as well as for corporations, and the Government has published a guideline on how to deal with Minbo (antisocial behavior from crime syndicates).

Many of our attorneys are committee members of the Minbo Victim Aid Center and are knowledgeable and skilled in dealing speedily and appropriately with issues involving racketeering and other antisocial behavior or organized crime.