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Allen & Gledhill’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution Department is one of the largest and most experienced disputes teams in Singapore and South-east Asia. Our practice comprises 120 lawyers, with over 40 Partners (including two Senior Counsels). With a focus on Commercial Litigation and International Arbitration, our Firm has expertise in various specialist practices.
Rajah & Tann has the largest litigation practice in Singapore and Southeast Asia with outstanding expertise in dispute resolution. Helmed by senior lawyers and 7 Senior Counsel, the highest concentration in Singapore, our exceptionally strong team has developed a signature brand of know-how, dynamism and responsiveness – making us the natural choice for clients facing any kind of litigation.
We have the unique ability to adapt and respond quickly to market changing conditions by tapping on the breadth and depth of our other market-leading practices within the firm, such as Shipping & International Trade, Restructuring & Insolvency, Insurance & Reinsurance, Intellectual Property, Appeals & Issues, International Arbitration, and Construction Projects and Infrastructure.
As part of the largest Asian headquartered legal network, with 800 fee earners, we seamlessly support multi-jurisdictional dispute resolution, with lawyers qualified to practice local law and appear in local courts in the region including China, Lao PDR, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia and Myanmar.
Suite 1102, the Metropolitan 235 Dong Khoi Street, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam T: +84 28 3822 3155/ F: +84 28 3823 6902 W: www.ykvn-law.com
Above 85 legal professionals.
Three offices: Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore. International arbitration expertise sits in the Singapore office.
The only Vietnam-based law firm with an office outside of Vietnam.
Firm overview: YKVN is widely regarded as “a prominent player in Vietnam, and is considered to be a top choice for dispute resolution work.” We regularly represent clients in cross border commercial dispute resolution, whether the venue is Vietnamese court/arbitration or international arbitration. We handle a diverse range of complex matters, from international trade disputes to energy and construction cases. Our core competence arises from the ability to offer international quality services with deep expertise in Vietnamese law.
Key practice contacts and recent case highlights:
International Arbitration K. Minh Dang, Senior Partner (firstname.lastname@example.org) Mr. Minh Dang has more than 35 years of experience in a wide variety of international matters around the globe. He is the head of YKVN’s international arbitration practice. Together with Shearman & Sterling LLP, he successfully defended Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PVN) in a 100 million USD tax indemnity dispute (ICC arbitration, seated in Singapore).
Do Khoi Nguyen, Partner (email@example.com) Mr. Nguyen is dual-qualified (U.S. and Vietnam). His experience includes complex domestic litigation and international arbitrations with focus on international trade and construction (infrastructure projects, underground tunneling works, mining plants, etc.).
Vietnam Litigation Truong Trong Nghia, Partner (firstname.lastname@example.org) Mr. Nghia has been practicing law for over three decades in various legal professions. As a bar leader, he is the co-head of YKVN dispute resolution, a senior arbitrator of VIAC and one of the first mediators of Vietnam Mediation Center (VMC).
Luu Tien Dzung, Partner (email@example.com) Mr. Dzung is a former member of the secretariat of the Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court and currently a leader of the Vietnamese Bar Federation. Mr. Dzung is a well-known commercial litigator and VIAC arbitrator. He is defending Grab in a civil lawsuit brought by Vinasun (a landmark case amid the Vietnam’s Industry 4.0 initiative).
Hanoi office Suite 401, International Centre 17 Ngo Quyen Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam T: + 84 24 3934 5410 F: + 84 24 3934 5412