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Minh Tri Quach

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Vietnam

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Baker McKenzie handles a wide-ranging casload in dispute resolution, ranging from local court matters under the BMVN banner to significant domestic arbitrations. Minh Tri Quach in Hanoi handles litigation including commercial disputes (some of which have fraud elements) and VIAC arbitrations, and Hang Thi Nguyen represents foreign employers in employment law matters. Nguyen Thanh Vinh also handles tax disputes for well-known American businesses concerning hundreds of billions of dong. Clients include local and international banking, real estate, energy and engineering sector clients. Fred Burke also sits as an arbitrator in VIAC, as well as acting as an expert witness. Tran Chi Anh is now at Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers.

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Vietnam: IP

IP – International firms

Within: IP – International firms

Baker McKenzie assists with copyright, brand protection, anti-piracy, litigation and IP-rich transactional matters. The firm provides ‘great service overall’ as it is ‘responsive to queries’ and gives ‘solid and sincere advice’. Recommended individuals include Manh Hung Tran, who heads the practice and advises multinational companies on contentious and non-contentious aspects of IP law, and Minh Tri Quach, who has over 15 years of experience and is ‘patient in listening and addressing his clients’ concerns offering practical solutions’ and ‘goes the extra mile to complete his tasks’. Significant clients come from the fashion, food and beverage, technology, pharmaceutical, entertainment, education, manufacturing and consumer goods industries. The team advised Inditex on franchising and registration arrangements for its fashion brands Stradivarius, Massimo Dutti and Pull & Bear in Vietnam.

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