Tax

The following is based on what we prepared for Legal 500, slightly supplemented:
Tax: the firm advises on the tax aspects of mergers, corporate splits, spin-offs, joint-ventures and acquisitions and on investment structuring. Our team also advises on the tax aspects of securities offerings, commercial lending transactions and other corporate commercial transactions (including in relation to permanent establishment related risks and employee compensation). It also assists clients with their tax controversies and disputes before the Japanese courts and the National Tax Tribunal.

Publications Related to Tax

  • 2019.11

    Sato Shuji contributed to the publication of "Latest and Basic Tax Precedents 70" which is published by Japan Tax Research Institute.

    Author:
    SATO Shuji 
  • 2019.11

    Sato Shuji's commentary titled "The Financial Services Agency Publishes the Survey Report (the Second Report) on Audit Firm Rotation System" is available on the Shoji Homu Portal Site.

    Author:
    SATO Shuji 
  • 2019.11

    Sato Shuji authored the 12th (final) article of the series "Former National Tax Trial Examiner" entitled, "A Glimpse at the World of Tax Professionals" which appears in December 2019 issue of Zeimu Kouhou.

    Author:
    SATO Shuji 
  • 2019.10

    Sato Shuji authored an article entitled "Relationship between Common Points and Consumption Tax" which appears in the November 2019 issue of Zeimu Tsushin.

    Author:
    SATO Shuji 
  • 2019.08

    Motomura Takeshi authored an article entitled "Quick Report of Tax Precedents: Filing a False Tax Return by a Third Party and Requirements for Imposing a Heavy Additional Tax" which appears in Jurist No. 1536.

    Author:
    MOTOMURA Takeshi 

Lectures, Seminars and Conferences Related to Tax

  • 2018.11

    Sato Shuji and Mutou Yuuki delivered lectures titled "Trends of Taxpayer Winning Cases: Cases concerning Transfer Pricing Taxation and Capital Transactions" (by Sato Shuji) and "How to Deal with Tax Compliance Issues Revealed by Misconduct" (by Mutou Yuuki) in the seminar hosted by Tax Consulting Firm TRUST.

    Speaker: SATO Shuji  MUTOU Yuuki 

  • 2018.11

    Sato Shuji and Mutou Yuuki delivered lectures titled "Tips to Handle Tax Investigations Learned from Recent Tax Suits" and "The Latest Trends in Tax Investigations on Large-scale Corporations including Consumer Tax" respectively in the series of lectures titled “Tax Investigations from Lawyers’ Point of View” at Zeimu Kenkyukai.

    Speaker: SATO Shuji  MUTOU Yuuki 

  • 2018.10

    Sato Shuji and Mutou Yuuki delivered a lecture titled "What is Tax Compliance Now Required? - From the Viewpoint of Cooperation between 'Tax' and 'Legal' -" with Yamashita Takashi, a licensed tax accountant, at the Japan Tax Association.

    Speaker: SATO Shuji  MUTOU Yuuki 

  • 2018.05

    Sato Shuji delivered a lecture concerning taxation on reorganization in the Advanced Course (54th) of training in National Tax College of National Tax Agency.

    Speaker: SATO Shuji 

  • 2017.11

    Sato Shuji and Muto Yuuki jointly delivered lectures entitled respectively "Tax Cases and Supreme Court - Denso Case as Example" and "Revenue Recognition and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles" in a round-table conference by members of the Japan Tax Association held at the Industry Club of Japan.

    Speaker: SATO Shuji  MUTOU Yuuki 

News Related to Tax

  • 2017.11

    Sato Shuji's comment was introduced in the article titled "Transfer Pricing Taxation - National Tax Agency Steers Toward Communication Strategy, While Businesses Remain Skeptical" in the morning edition of the Nikkei newspaper on November 27, 2017.

  • 2016.12

    Sato Shuji participates in Study Group of Financial Taxation System and Numbering System (Chairperson: Morinobu Shigeki, Professor of Chuo Law School), which releases a report entitled “ Utilization of Social Security/Taxation Number (My Number) System and IRA in Japan.”

  • 2015.07

    Mutou Yuuki has been seconded to Examination Division I of Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau as a fixed-term government employee as of July 10.

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