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LNT & Partners

LEVEL 21, BITEXCO FINANCIAL TOWER, NO 2 HAI TRIEU STREET, DISTRICT 1, HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
Tel:
Work +84 28 3821 2357
Fax:
Fax +84 28 3910 3733
Email:
Web:
www.LNTpartners.com
Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City
LNT & Partners, Su Tran, Ho Chi Minh City, VIETNAM

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Su Tran

Tel:
Work 84 8 3821 2357
Email:
LNT & Partners

Work Department

Dispute Resolution, Real Estate/ Infrastructure and Banking & Finance.

Position

Partner

Career

Mr. Su Tran is a partner in charge of the firm’s Dispute Resolution Practice Group and his experience spans over 30 years. His practice spans from reconciliation and resolution of commercial disputes arising from domestic and cross-border transactions, relating to the transportation of goods, to construction investment, banking and finance, and cargo insurance. Mr. Tran also has extensive experience in handling intellectual property disputes, technology transfers, stock and bond transfers, company membership disputes and bankruptcy. Mr. Tran has received extensive recognition by the State for his valuable contributions to the legal landscape of Vietnam. He was the recipient of the Third Class Labor Order by the State President in 2009, the Certificate of Merits by the Prime Minister in 2007, and several Certificates of Merits by the Ministry of Justice, the People’s Supreme Court and the HCMC People’s Committee. In addition, Mr. Tran is now recognized as leading lawyer for Dispute Resolution by Asia Law Profiles. Prior to co-founding LNT & Partners, Mr. Tran was an arbitrator for the Ho Chi Minh City Economic Arbitration Centre for 14 years and was the Deputy Chief Justice of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court in charge of the Economic Court for 19 years.

Languages

• Vietnamese • English

Member

• Vietnam Bar Federation • Ho Chi Minh City Bar Association • Former Arbitrator, Ho Chi Minh City Economic Arbitration Centre • Former Judge, Economic Court of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court • Former Deputy Chief Justice, Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court

Education

• LL.M. (State and Law Institute, Vietnam) • LL.B. (Hanoi Law University, Vietnam) • B.A. (Ho Chi Minh City Economic University, Vietnam)


Vietnam

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

LNT & Partners handles a range of work regarding disputes, with particular sector strength in life sciences matters alongside construction and commercial disputes. Net Le successfully defended a public body in a VIAC-arbitrated dispute regarding warranty costs concerning a delayed infrastructure project, and, alongside Hai Ngo, also represented a party in a matrimonial case in which a key asset is shares in a Singaporean company. Van Su Tran and Thi Kim Vinh Nguyen are also key contacts.

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  • The Law On Price by Dr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, LNT & Partners

    On 6/20/2012, the National Assembly voted to adopt the Law on Price (the "LOP") in response to the public demand for an effective legal framework to control price manipulation from dominant enterprises such as gasoline, electricity, etc. The law will take effect from 01/01/2013 and repeal Ordinance No. 40/2002/PL-UBTVQH10 dated 26/4/2002 of the National Assembly Standing Committee (the "Ordinance"), which is conceived as outdated and containing certain provisions contravening the WTO’s regulation. This article describes the main features of the law and provides some insight into its potential impacts on the Vietnamese economy.
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  • The Law On Price by Dr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, LNT & Partners

    On 6/20/2012, the National Assembly voted to adopt the Law on Price (the "LOP") in response to the public demand for an effective legal framework to control price manipulation from dominant enterprises such as gasoline, electricity, etc. The law will take effect from 01/01/2013 and repeal Ordinance No. 40/2002/PL-UBTVQH10 dated 26/4/2002 of the National Assembly Standing Committee (the "Ordinance"), which is conceived as outdated and containing certain provisions contravening the WTO’s regulation. This article describes the main features of the law and provides some insight into its potential impacts on the Vietnamese economy.