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City-Yuwa Partners has extensive experience and knowhow in various labor disputes such as sexual harassment, bullying by superiors, nonpayment for overtime pay and dismissal.
There have been many cases in which the mishandling of such labor disputes at the initial stage resulted in prolonged dispute which actually could have been resolved in a short period or incurrence of large amount of cost from disadvantageous decision in the legal proceedings. Such cases are often seen in multinational companies which employ workers within Japan.
In order to attain quick, economical, satisfactory and most favorable results, City-Yuwa provides practical and appropriate advice on such labor disputes by taking into account updated judicial precedents and litigation practices so that the dispute can be resolved prior to the commencement of lawsuit or other legal proceedings. In case of commencement of lawsuit or other legal proceedings, City-Yuwa also provides clients with information and support which will prepare them for any possible scenario after the commencement of lawsuit or other legal proceedings.
In case of court proceedings such as lawsuit, preliminary injunction and labor tribunal, City-Yuwa will form the best team led by a lawyer with extensive experience, set up an effective strategy and carry out the proceedings in a way which is most expedient and favorable to the clients.
Dispute resolution procedures for labor disputes require various kinds of work including, among others, investigation of facts and gathering of evidences relating to the dispute, inquiries to people involved in the dispute, drafting of written statements and if necessary, preparation of witness testimony. City-Yuwa is capable of guiding the clients to most favorable results by its strategic approach and skills honed through years of experience in labor dispute cases.
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