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Pham & Associates

8 TRAN HUNG DAO STREET, HOAN KIEM DISTRICT, HANOI, VIETNAM
Tel:
Work +84 24 3824 4852
Fax:
Fax +84 24 3824 4853
Email:
Web:
www.pham.com.vn
Da Nang, Hai Phong City, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City

Pham Vu Khanh Toan

Tel:
Work (84-4) 38 244 852
Email:
Pham & Associates

Work Department

Managing Partner

Career

As the founder and managing partner, Mr. Pham Vu Khanh Toan has a profound understanding of IP and is very experienced, creative and able to come up with solutions. He has been building around him a good team – the key factor for ensuring the firm’s long-term success.

Member

Mr. Pham is a member of the Vietnamese Lawyers Association, INTA, APAA, AIPLA, ECTA, IBA, FICPI, LES, LAWASIA and AIPPI (independent). He is now Vice-President of the Vietnamese Anti-Counterfeit Goods Association and the Ho Chi Minh City Intellectual Property Association.

Education

BSc in Physics, LLB and MIP Patent and Trademark Attorney (1988) Copyright Attorney (2002) Attorney at Law (1997)


Vietnam: Intellectual property

Local firms

Within: Local firms

Pham & Associates, led by Pham Vu Khanh Toan, covers the full gamut of intellectual property matters, including cancellation actions. Highlights included advising a Japanese-Vietnamese joint venture providing security services on cancelling a trade mark registered in bad faith, and representing Akzo Nobel in opposing an application by a Vietnamese company to register ‘Azcobell’ as a trade mark in the paints class. Defence-side work includes representing Marico South East Asia in resisting an attempt by Hugo Boss to cancel its trade mark for ‘X X-Men For Boss’ shampoo.

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