Due Process and Antitrust in Japan: Enforcers’ Perspective

By Hideo Nakajima

Since I worked at the Japan Fair Trade Commission as Secretary General prior to joining the law firm last year, I would like to discuss an issue of due process in the antitrust law from the enforcers’ perspective, though any views mentioned below should be regarded my own personal ones. Also, while the definition of “due process” may vary according to the persons who refer to it, in this article let me use that term in its broader sense, including procedural safeguards and fairness as well as the rights of defense.

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