Naoki Iguchi is a partner in the international projects and arbitration practice team of Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu. He has been advising construction companies, investment companies and infrastructure management companies in construction, transport, crude oil pipeline and other infrastructure projects in various jurisdictions, including Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas. Mr Iguchi also provides advice to national and foreign construction and investment companies that have projects in Japan, including advising construction projects for famous entertainment facilities. Mr Iguchi has represented many companies in international arbitration in Asia. He was the representative for Japan on the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation and is a regular workshop lecturer for the Overseas Construction Association of Japan, Inc. Mr Iguchi also taught international project law at Keio Law School.
He studied at the University of Tokyo (LLB, LLM), Stanford Law School (LLM) and the Beijing Language University (Mandarin training), and has worked at law firms in Japan, China, Taiwan and the United States. Mr Iguchi is a member of the Japan ICC Arbitration Committee and was a member of the ICC Workforce on Costs. He is fluent in Japanese, English and Mandarin, and he also understands Spanish.
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