Japanese Commercial Transactions and Sanctions Revisited: Sumitomo v. UFJ

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In this Essay I examine Haley’s claim that we see more regulatory continuity than change in Japan, testing it against a case study of the failed banking merger between Sumitomo and UFJ financial groups (as they were then known) in 2004.

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Consolidation & merger of corporations -- Japan, Administrative law reform, Authority without power [Treatise]: John Owen Haley, Sumitomo v. UFJ, Bank mergers, Breach of contract, Corporate governance, Hostile takeovers, Sanctions (Law), Japan

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Veronica L. Taylor (University of Washington School of Law)

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