Mr Tetsuya Nagasawa > Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners > Tokyo, Japan > Lawyer Profile

Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners
Kishimoto Building 2F
2-2-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-0005

Work Department

  • Competition and Antitrust/Consumer Protection 
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Risk Management & Compliance
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Intellectual Property Law


Tetsuya Nagasawa has been highly acclaimed for his work by Who’s Who Legal and recongnized as a “Band 1” lawyer by Chambers Asia-Pacific Guide.
Nagasawa is also included in the GCR 100 by Global Competition Review.

April 2004 – present
Partner, Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners


April 2004 – present
Partner, Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners

2001- 2002
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Washington D.C. (Antitrust & Competition)

April 1996 – present
Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners

Visiting Professor, Kobe University Graduate School of Law

2013 – 2016
Visiting Professor, Kyoto University Law School

2005 – 2012
Part-time Lecturer (Seminar on Competition Law Cases), Kyoto University Law School



Japanese and English


Osaka Bar Association, Japan Federation of Bar Associations (1996)
– Japan Association of Economic Law
– Kansai Study Group on Economic Law

American Bar Association (2002)
– Antitrust Law Section, American Bar Association

Managing Director of Japan Competition Law Forum

Member of Study Council for Establishing Appropriate Contractual Relationships in the Field of Culture and the Arts, Agency for Cultural Affairs


University of Pennsylvania Law School (LL.M.)

The University of Tokyo (LL.B.)

Lawyer Rankings

Japan > Antitrust and competition: Independent local firms

Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners‘ antitrust group has particular strength in the area of government investigations, with experience negotiating with the JFTC, Public Prosecutors Office, and Consumer Affairs Agency, in addition to overseas competition authorities. The department also covers compeition and consumer litigation, as well as merger control. Co-leading the department are Tetsuya NagasawaKagenori Sako, and Takashi Ishii, who previously worked as an official within the JFTC. Yuichi Oda is another key name within the department, and provides counsel on government investigations, follow-on litigations, and M&A.