Taking U.S. depositions in Japan is permissible. However, all U.S. depos in Japan must take place at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo or the U.S. Consulate in Osaka. Currently the Embassy and Consulate are NOT accepting reservations for depositions. They will make an announcement on their website when the policy changes. You can still get…Continue reading
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Legal professionals now have access to quick and reliable information on setting up a deposition in Japan at their fingertips. Today, Optima Juris, a leading international court reporting agency, announced the launch of its new and refreshed website, courtreporterjapan.com. Unlike most countries, Japan has rules and regulations for setting up U.S. depositions and courtreporterjapan.com guides…Continue reading
Planning for a deposition in Japan? We created an easy step-by-step reference graph to get you started. Click on the infographic below to see a breakdown of the main guidelines for setting up your deposition in Japan. What you need to know Deposition Restrictions. All depositions in Japan must take place at the U.S. Embassy…Continue reading
Japan has a few rules and restrictions on taking U.S. depositions in their country, but we have successfully set up depositions in Japan many times and we are here to help. Our amazing Director of Scheduling and CSR, Kimberlee Castro, walks you through what you need to do to set up a U.S. deposition in Japan. Takeaway…Continue reading