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Regarding the Court's Rejection of the Petition by Mr. Nozoe, Former President

June 14, 2010

The court rejected Mr. Nozoe's argument that his resignation was invalid because it was made in error or that it should be nullified for reasons of fraud. In addition, the court found that it was reasonable that Mr. Nozoe determined that he had damaged the company by being careless in having dealings, even on a personal level, with a fund with an unfavorable reputation, and that he had no alternative other than to accept the company's recommendation to resign for the sake of the company; based on these findings, the court issued its decision that rejected all aspects of Mr. Nozoe's petition.

Fujitsu views this decision as a validation by the court of all aspects of the company's assertions.

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