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Bross & Partners

15th FLOOR, CHARM VIT TOWER, No. 117 TRAN DUY HUNG ST, CAU GIAY DISTRICT, HANOI, VIETNAM
Tel:
Work +84 24 3555 3466
Fax:
Fax +84 24 3555 3499
Email:
Web:
www.bross.vn
Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City
Bross & Partners, Nguyen Hong Bach, Hanoi, VIETNAM

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Nguyen Hong Bach

Tel:
Work +84 24 3555 3466
Email:
Bross & Partners

Work Department

Dispute resolution and litigation, civil and criminal law.

Position

Bach has more than 15 years experiences in practicing as a lawyer specialized in litigation and dispute resolution. Bach has become the 7th senior partner of BROSS & Partners, before joining BROSS & Partners, Bach established and managed Hong Bach & Partners law firm and played the role of Chairman of the Members’ Council. At early stage of his career, Bach had worked as deputy head at Pham Hong Hai & Partners Law Firm. He is now holding vice chairman of Ha Nam Province Bar Association.

Member

Vietnam Bar Federation; Ha Nam Provincial Bar Association – Vice Chairman of Ha Nam Provincial Bar Association (Vietnam).

Education

Hanoi University of Law – Bachelor of Laws (1994-98); Judicial Academy – Lawyer Training Course (2002); Griggs University (United States of America) – Masters of Business Administration (2012-14).


Vietnam

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Bross & Partners’ practice includes Nguyen Hong Bach, who has a track record of handling high-level white-collar crime disputes and administrative matters, and Hoang Van Dzung, who has a track record handling commercial litigation and employment matters.

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