How the Internet is Restructuring Japan: Lessons from Silicon Alley

October 10, 2001
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Evening Lecture
6:30 – 8 pm

Arthur M. Mitchell, Partner and Head of the Japan Practice Group, Coudert Brothers LLP

Arthur Mitchell draws on his new book, How the Internet will Change Japan: Lessons from Silicon Alley, to predict how the Internet, combined with reforms to Japan’s legal system and new entrepreneurial opportunities, will radically alter Japan’s economy. Mr. Mitchell, Japan expert, and Partner and Head of the Japan Practice Group at the law firm Coudert Brothers, discusses how the Internet could be a springboard for a sea change in Japanese business practices and the culture at large, creating unprecedented opportunities for foreign companies interested in developing business in Japan.

Tracy Dahlby, former managing editor of Newsweek International.

  • Wednesday, October 10, 2001
  • 6:30 pm