Litigation , Employment Law , Insolvency Law
Michihiro Mori is the founding partner of AI-EI Law Firm. He graduated from the University of Tokyo (LL.B.) and Harvard Law School (LL.M.), and served as a judge for the Tokyo District Court, Civil Affairs Bureau, General Secretariat Office of the Supreme Court of Japan, and the Fukuoka District Court. Before establishing AI-EI Law Firm, he worked for Nishimura & Asahi, the largest law firm in Japan, as the head of both the Litigation Practice Group and Employment Practice Group. He has been recognized as one of leading lawyers in the area of employment law and insolvency law by many medias such as “Chambers Asia Pacific”, “The Legal 500” and “Who’s Who Legal”.
AI-EI Law Firm was established by Michihiro Mori with several attorneys mainly from Nishimura & Asahi, the largest law firm in Japan. Our firm’s name, “AI-EI,” originates from “Artificial Intelligence & Emotional Intelligence,” while simultaneously being taken from the name of the founder’s family business. We use “artificial intelligence” to express our ability to analyze a case efficiently using our vast experience, and we utilize our “emotional intelligence” to settle the dispute. As the founder served as a judge in employment, civil and commercial litigation, and all other members have experience as lawyers working for prestigious firms, the office has expertise in dispute resolution, especially civil and commercial litigation, as well as labor/employment matters.