Cook Profiled in Daily Reporter Story Titled “Columbus Attorney Named State’s Honorary Consul Of Japan”
David Cook, a partner in the Vorys Columbus office, was recently profiled in a Daily Reporter story related to his appointment as the Honorary Consul Of Japan.
The article states:
“With statewide jurisdiction, Cook is expected to assist the mission of the Consulate-General office in promoting United States-Japan relations and protecting the welfare of local Japanese residents.
‘Cook brings to this post unique skills gained from his close association to Japan for more than 35 years and legal expertise in all matters of immigration,’ Wada said of Cook’s appointment. ‘With his understanding of the cultures and people of both Japan and the U.S., Cook is an ideal choice to assist us in supporting the friendship between Japan and Ohio.’
Cook is a partner at the Columbus office of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, where he specializes in immigration and naturalization law for businesses and individuals.
Prior to joining Vorys, he served as senior assistant counsel to Honda of America Manufacturing Inc., responsible for the company’s visa and immigration matters.”
To read the entire story, visit the Daily Reporter website.