Contracts

In Japan, drafting a contract involves integrating several key cultural and historical peculiarities of Japanese legal documents as well as those written in English.

A typical Japanese contract

Writing contracts is one of our most fundamental services. We like to believe that we do it better than most. Our unique style has arisen out of many years of trial and error. We have discovered that no matter how good a translation or draft, an agreement is worthless without a certain special touch.

In Japan, drafting a contract involves integrating several key cultural and historical peculiarities of Japanese legal documents as well as those written in English.

We also pay special attention to drafting agreements that protect against non-performance after their execution. To cover this we can opt to include escape clauses, self-policing components, alternative dispute mechanisms, easily activated unilateral punitive triggers for non-performance, and other protective elements. It is important to know the precedents in order to include such protections in a way that will be understood and accepted by all parties.

Contact Langley Esquire for a quote on creating the agreement or other documentation you need.