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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, Hoang Van Dzung, Hanoi, VIETNAM

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Hoang Van Dzung

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

Work Department

Dispute resolution and litigation, civil and criminal law, family law.

Position

Dzung has many years of experience in practicing law specializing in litigation and representative in various cases ofdispute resolutions.Dzung is one of the founding partners of Bross & Partners. Before joining Bross & Partners, Dzung founded and operated Hoang Dzung and Associates Lawyer’s Office. He was also the co-founder of Pham Hong Hai and Associates Lawyer’s Office and was the partner in charge of litigation practice.

Member

Hanoi Bar Association (Vietnam); Vietnam Bar Federation.

Education

Hanoi University of Law (Hanoi, Vietnam) – LLB (Law) (1994-98); Judicial Academy, Ministry of Justice – Legal Practice Course (2000); Institute of State and Law – Master in Law (2004-07); PhD Candidate at the Institute of Social Sciencel – Majoring in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure (2010-12).


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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