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Mr. Gary S. Moriwaki

Vice Chair

Asian American Federation

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Asian American Federation

Background Information

Employment History

Partner

Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf , LLP

Founder and Partner

Young Moriwaki & Greenfader LLP

Affiliations

Member
Japan Society Inc

Board Member
Japan Council

Board Member
U.S. Japan Council

Board Member
Asian American Federation of Florida Inc

President
The Japanese American Association of New York Inc

Education

BA

Columbia University

JD

Brooklyn Law School

Web References (184 Total References)


Windels Marx | Gary S. Moriwaki

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Gary S. Moriwaki Windels Marx | Gary S. Moriwaki

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Gary S. Moriwaki Partner
Gary S. Moriwaki has more than thirty-seven years of experience in estate planning and administration. His clients include domestic and foreign business owners, professionals and executives from a spectrum of industries. Mr. Moriwaki is well-versed in advising clients who have complex, multi-national issues involving ownership of assets in multiple jurisdictions, domestic and foreign estate and inheritance taxes, choice of laws and succession concerns.
As a member of various charitable organizations, Mr. Moriwaki is experienced in charitable giving techniques and the formation and operation of private foundations. He is the immediate Past President of the Japanese American Association of New York, a Trustee of the Japanese American National Museum, Vice Chair of the Asian American Federation, Vice Chair of the U.S.-Japan Council and a member of the Japan Society, in addition to numerous other non-profit organizations.
Mr. Moriwaki was a founder and partner at the firm Young Moriwaki & Greenfader prior to its merger with Fox Rothschild. He began his career as an author writing on complex estate planning and administration issues for Prentice Hall Publications, and co-authored Estate Planning, published by the New York Institute of Finance, and Probate and Estate Administration with Matthew Bender in 1985.
Mr. Moriwaki is very active in the Japanese-American community and has served as general counsel to a major multi-national Japanese corporation, as well as the Games Organizing Committee of the 2005 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Nagano, Japan.
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GARY S. MORIWAKI


Press Release - Gary S. ...

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Press Release - Gary S. Moriwaki and Reiko Takikawa Join Windels Marx as Partners

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Press Release - Gary S. Moriwaki and Reiko Takikawa Join Windels Marx as Partners
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Windels Marx is pleased to announce that Gary S. Moriwaki and Reiko Takikawa have joined the firm as Partners, resident in the New York office.
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Managing Partner of Windels Marx, Robert J. Luddy, said, "Gary and Reiko are formidable practitioners with a long history of service to U.S. and international interests.
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Gary, who was a founder and partner of Young Moriwaki & Greenfader and maintains executive-level positions with numerous Asian-American interests, added, "New York is an important platform for our domestic and international clients and Windels Marx has a long tradition of advising on regional, national and cross-border matters."
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With the arrival of Gary, Reiko and their team, the Private Client Services, Estates and Trusts Practice Group is comprised of nearly twenty partners, lawyers and legal professionals in New York and New Jersey.
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About Gary S. Moriwaki
Gary has more than thirty-seven years of experience in estate planning and administration. His clients include domestic and foreign business owners, professionals, and executives from a spectrum of industries. Gary is well-versed in advising clients who have complex, multi-national issues involving ownership of assets in multiple jurisdictions, domestic and foreign estate and inheritance taxes, choice of laws and succession concerns.
As a member of various charitable organizations, Gary is experienced in charitable giving techniques and the formation and operation of private foundations. He is the immediate Past President of the Japanese American Association of New York, a Trustee of the Japanese American National Museum, Vice Chair of the Asian American Federation, Vice Chair of the U.S.-Japan Council and a member of the Japan Society, in addition to numerous other non-profit organizations.
Gary was a founder and partner at the firm of Young Moriwaki & Greenfader prior to its merger with Fox Rothschild. He also served as general counsel to a major multi-national Japanese corporation, as well as the Games Organizing Committee of the 2005 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Nagano, Japan.
Gary earned his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 1976 and his B.A. from Columbia University in 1973.


JA Leadership Delegation Selected – Rafu Shimpo

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The 2011 Japanese American Leadership Delegation: (back row, from left) Mari Watanabe, Genevieve Shiroma, Val T. Iwashita, Gary Oda, Gary Moriwaki, William Tsutsui, and Erwin Furukawa; (middle row, from left) Bill Imada, Susan Muranishi, Kathryn C. Ibata-Arens, Kenneth A. Oye, Phyllis Campbell and Susan Morita; (front row) Consul Toshio Odagiri, Irene Hirano-Inouye, president of the U.S.-Japan Council, and Tomoki Akazawa, Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.

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Gary Moriwaki, New York Moriwaki is a partner in the Tax and Estates Department at Fox Rothschild LLP. He is very active in the Japanese American community, currently serving as president of the Japanese American Association of New York, vice chair of the Asian American Federation, Inc., and as a member of the Board of Governors for the Japanese American National Museum. Moriwaki was also an Advisory Board member for the 2005 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Nagano, and is a member of the Japan Society and the U.S.-Japan Council.


The 2011 Japanese American Leadership ...

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The 2011 Japanese American Leadership Delegation: (back row, from left) Mari Watanabe, Genevieve Shiroma, Val T. Iwashita, Gary Oda, Gary Moriwaki, William Tsutsui, and Erwin Furukawa; (middle row, from left) Bill Imada, Susan Muranishi, Kathryn C. Ibata-Arens, Kenneth A. Oye, Phyllis Campbell and Susan Morita; (front row) Consul Toshio Odagiri, Irene Hirano-Inouye, president of the U.S.-Japan Council, and Tomoki Akazawa, Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.

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Gary Moriwaki, New York Moriwaki is a partner in the Tax and Estates Department at Fox Rothschild LLP. He is very active in the Japanese American community, currently serving as president of the Japanese American Association of New York, vice chair of the Asian American Federation, Inc., and as a member of the Board of Governors for the Japanese American National Museum. Moriwaki was also an Advisory Board member for the 2005 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Nagano, and is a member of the Japan Society and the U.S.-Japan Council.


Annual Memorial Raises More than $11 Thousand for 3.11 Relief

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One person who is able to travel to Tohoku frequently is guest speaker Gary Moriwaki, Honorary President of the Japanese American Association of New York (JAA) and member of the U.S.-Japan Council. Moriwaki was in Japan when the disaster struck three years ago, and he has made several trips to the Tohoku area since, as recently as two weeks ago.

Moriwaki spoke to JapanCulture•NYC before the memorial, saying that three years after 3.11, the Japanese American community in New York is "still engaged" in what's going on in Tohoku, even as the impact of the disaster has drifted off the radar of those living elsewhere in Japan.
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"We've always been focused on sustainable activities, and the money that we've raised is peanuts compared to what's needed over there. So we want that money to have a long-lasting effect," says Moriwaki, pointing out that JAA is focusing on jobs and helping businesses in Tohoku recover. By collaborating with the Kizuna Foundation, a local NGO, Moriwaki says he is seeing tangible results from the money JAA has raised.
"We went to Ofunato. It's one of the bright spots," says Moriwaki. "It's a small town in Iwate.
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In addition to Moriwaki, Ambassador Sumio Kusaka, Consul General of Japan in New York; Sayoko Fujita, Chairman of the New York Fukushima Kenjinkai; and Motoatsu Sakurai, President of Japan Society; delivered speeches.

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