Seconded to the Financial Service Agency's Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission Naoki Ajika

Education

2010
The University of Kyoto (LL.B)
2012
The University of Kyoto School of Law(J.D.)

Experience

2012
Passed Japan Bar Exam
2013
Registered with the Daini Tokyo Bar Association
2013
Joined Habataki Law Firm
2017
Joined ZeLo
2018
Seconded to the Financial Service Agency's Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission (from Feb 2018)

Representative work

Currently seconded to the Financial Service Agency's Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission. Acting as a securities investigation officer and reviewing dozens of cases per year related to insider trading and stock price manipulation. Involved in revising the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act.

Handled multiple large-scale bankruptcy cases as an assistant bankruptcy trustee; filed various petitions in bankruptcy court.

Acted in various bankrtupcy matters for corporate entities and individuals, including civil rehabilitation, corporate restructuring-related ADR, and drafting guidelines for executive insurance policies.

Acted in various labor and employment cases, drafted internal company policies and represented clients before labor tribunals.

Conducted legal review of various business models of FinTech and HRTech startups and provided legal advice.

Lecturer on labor matters and insider trading regulations.

Languages

Japanese/English

Articles

2018.01.15

Human Resources and Labor Issues

固定残業代制とは?-法律事務所ZeLoの弁護士が、企業が知っておくべき労務問題について解説する(第1回)

「固定残業代制」とは、実際の労働時間にかかわらず、賃金において一定額の残業代、具体的には時間外労働割増賃金、休日労働割増賃金、深夜労働割増賃金を支払うことをいいます。「みなし残業代制」や「定額残業代制

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