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Privacy Policy

MONOLITH LAW OFFICE (Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Otemachi 1-9-5, Otemachi Financial City North Tower 21F, Founding Lawyer Toki Kawase, hereinafter referred to as “the firm” or “we”)complies with the Act on the Protection of Personal Information and other related laws, regulations, and adhere to this Privacy

1. Obtaining Personal Information

We will obtain personal information in a lawful and proper manner to the extent necessary to achieve the purpose of use.

2. purpose of use of personal information

We use personal information for the following purposes. Unless permitted by the Personal Information Protection Law or other laws and regulations, we will not use personal information beyond this scope without the consent of the individual concerned:

(A) To handle the resolution, investigation, expert opinion, etc., of cases accepted by the firm;

(B) Responding to various types of inquiries;

(C) Confirming any conflicts of interest;

(D) To provide information, advertise, and promote (including by e-mail) the services, workshops, lectures, seminars, etc. offered by the firm;

(E) Provision of legal information through books, publications, etc., and sending greeting cards such as New Year’s cards;

(F) Recruitment selection, communication, and personnel and labor management after employment; and,

(G) Other purposes incidental to the purposes of use described in the preceding items.

3. Conditions of Disclosure to Third Parties

We will not disclose personal information to any third party without obtaining the prior consent of the concerned individual. However, this does not apply to the following cases where there is a need to provide personal information to a third party.

(A) When we outsource all or part of the handling of personal information to a subcontractor with whom we have concluded a confidentiality agreement
within the scope necessary for the achievement of the purpose of use. In such cases, we will establish certain criteria for screening when selecting the
subcontractor, and appropriately manage and supervise the subcontractor.

(B) When it is necessary to cooperate with a national agency, a local government, or an individual or entity entrusted by either a national agency or local
government to execute affairs prescribed by law, and obtaining your consent is likely to impede the execution of such affairs.

(C) Other cases permitted under the Personal Information Protection Law and other laws and regulations.

4. Security Control of Personal Information

We shall manage personal information appropriately and carefully, and shall implement necessary and appropriate levels of security measures to protect
personal information against the risk of leakage, loss, or damage. In addition, we will provide necessary and appropriate supervision of employees who
handle personal data and of contractors, including subcontractors.

(A) Technical safeguards

We take measures to protect personal information from unauthorized external access. For example, we have implemented an anti-virus software.

(B) Organizational safeguards

We provide our employees with regular training on the management of personal information.

We stipulate confidentiality matters in our employment regulations and make the employment regulations known to our employees.

5. Requests for notification of the purpose of use, disclosure, correction, and suspension of the use of personal information

We will respond to requests for personal information in good faith and promptly in accordance with the provisions of the Personal Information Protection

When we receive a request for disclosure, correction, addition, deletion, suspension of use, suspension of provision to a third party, notification of
purpose of use, or disclosure of records of provision to a third party, we will confirm that the person making the request is the person in question.
If the request does not meet the requirements of the Personal Information Protection Law, or if there are reasons permitted under the Personal Information Protection Law or other laws and regulations to refuse disclosure, we may not be able to comply with the request. We kindly Contact Us for your understanding in

6. Procedures for Disclosure of Information

(A)Request for disclosure

Please send the required documents to the following address.


Financial City North Tower 21F, 1-9-5 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004, Japan

(B) Required Documents

Please submit one of the following (a), (b) or (c), and (d) , (e):

(a) Personal Information Purpose of Use Notice and Disclosure Request Form;

(b) Personal Information Correction Request Form;

(c)Personal Information Usage Suspension Request Form;

(d)Identification documents (driver’s license, passport, etc.); and,

(e)If the submitter is a legal representative, the documents listed in (e) are required in addition to those listed in (e) Documents to confirm that the applicant has the right of legal representation.

(C)Administration Fee

Among the requests for disclosure of information, we will charge 1,000 yen per request for disclosure of personal information, including disclosure of records provided to a third party, and for notification of the purpose of use. We kindly Contact Us for your understanding in advance.

7. Contact Information

We accept inquiries regarding personal information on our firm’s website(

8. Continuous Improvement

We will review our privacy policy from time to time to ensure its improvement. The privacy policy is subject to change if necessary.


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