Stuart S. Beraha

Tokyo
  • Marunouchi Building, 32nd Floor
  • 2-4-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
  • Tokyo 100-6332
  • Japan
 
 

Stuart Beraha is a partner in the Corporate Department of Latham & Watkins’ Tokyo office and a member of the Technology Transactions Practice.

Mr. Beraha has broad experience in technology, content, branding, and other intellectual property development, licensing, and partnering transactions.

Mr. Beraha’s work includes:

  • Structuring and negotiating joint venture and strategic alliance transactions and related agreements
  • Technology, software, and content licenses and assignments
  • E-commerce, search, and other Internet-related transactions
  • Development, joint development, consulting, and outsourcing agreements
  • Patent assignments and licenses
  • Trademark licenses and related branding agreements
  • The intellectual property components of merger and acquisition transactions
  • Other transactions relating to the transfer of technology and other types of intellectual property

Mr. Beraha is admitted to the New York bar and registered in Japan as a Gaikokuho-Jimu-Bengoshi (Registered Foreign Lawyer, New York Law). Prior to joining Latham, he was a partner at a leading international law firm in Tokyo.

Recognition Highlights
  • Selected as the exclusive winner by the Client Choice Awards 2017 for the IT & Internet category for Japan
  • Selected as an IP Star for the 2017–2019 editions of Managing Intellectual Property’s World IP Survey
  • Recognized in the field of Intellectual Property in Chambers Global 2018 and Chambers Asia-Pacific 2019
  • Ranked as a Leading Individual and recommended in both the TMT and Intellectual Property categories for The Legal 500 Asia-Pacific 2019
  • Recommended in Intellectual Asset Management’s IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners in the transactions category for 2012–2018
 
 
 
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