Firm Profile > ILAW LAOS CO., LTD. > Vientiane, Laos
ILAW LAOS CO., LTD. Offices
3rd floor Royal Square Office Building
Vientiane, Samsenthay Road
Muangvatha Village, Sikhottabong, District, Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR
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ILAWASIA is a new-gen, full-service, Thai law firm based in central Bangkok. Mr. Somphob Rodboon, an acclaimed expert in business law and litigation in Thailand, founded ILAWASIA in April 2011. A visionary Managing Partner, he expanded the firm’s operation into Myanmar through acquisition of an experienced and respected local law firm in June 2018, with more regional offices coming up in the near future for a full Southeast Asia coverage.
We offer services in business and international law ranging from corporate and commercial law, litigation, intellectual property and due diligence to immigration, real estate and labour law. Our teams are individualistically experienced in legal practice and always combine cutting-edge understanding with a unique sensitivity to international clients’ business needs. With pride, we take our ethical standards seriously, ensuring responsibility, care and respect in all aspects of our operations.
Press Releases10th June 2021
The New Trademark Application under the old Registration System is still acceptingCurrently, the Registration of Deeds Office is still accepting the filing of new trademarks during the soft opening period under the Old Trademark Registration System. When the new Trademark Law comes into force, accepting the filing of new trademarks will be stopped by issuing the notice from the Ministry of Commerce (MOC).
Legal Developments12th May 2021
A. Latest ProcessOn September 29, 2020, the Thai Cabinet approved a draft amendment of the Copyright Act to National which has been reviewed by Council of States and submitted Assembly. The House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Thailand has been accepted the principles of the draft amendment of the Copyright Act at the first reading on January 27, 2021. The proposed of an amendment shall be reviewed within 7 days by Select Committee.
19th April 2021