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D & N International

D & N International advises domestic and international clients on trade mark clearance, registration, portfolio management, licensing, dispute resolution and anti-counterfeiting matters, as well as domain name dispute resolution. Notable individuals in the team include managing partner Dang TH Thuy, who has expertise in issues across patents, designs, trade marks and copyright in Vietnam and its neighbours, as well as Dang Thi To Hang, who focuses on trade mark prosecution and enforcement, and Dang Thi Hong Nga. The team represented American Airlines in a trade mark case concerning two Vietnamese-registered web domains which were used to sell tickets without the company’s permission, and also represented Universal Biosystems in a patent case concerning a protein vaccine against influenza. Other clients include Dolby Laboratories, The Hershey Company and Johnson & Johnson.

Leading individuals

Dang TH Thuy - D & N International

Dang Thi To Hang - D & N International

Next Generation Partners

Dang Thi Hong Nga - D & N International

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