Baker McKenzie’s Global Compliance Blog published “Vietnam: Government approves anti-counterfeiting and consumer protection in e-commerce by 2025 Plan,” which can be viewed here.
Hung Tran is the practice group leader of the Intellectual Property (IP) and Technology Practice Groups of Vietnam offices. For years, he has been constantly ranked as a leading IP lawyer by numerous researchers such as Chambers Global and Chambers Asia. He regularly writes articles concerning pressing legal issues in both English and Vietnamese, and his works have been published regularly in various reputable publications. He has assisted the government in reviewing and revising the IP Law, the IP provisions under the country’s criminal code, the draft e-Transaction Law, and the first draft Personal Data Protection Decree, etc. He is also a respected presenter in the area of IP, Franchising, Data Privacy, and Entertainment Laws. In addition to authoring many publications, Mr. Tran has lectured at Waseda University School of Law (Japan), Vietnam-German University, Hanoi Law University, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, Foreign Trade University, an international MBA Program (CFVG) and IP laws for the Professional Training School of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. He used to serve as the Chairman of the Legal Committee of Hanoi American Chamber of Commerce.
Thi Kieu Hoa Tran is a special counsel in Baker McKenzie's Hanoi office. She previously worked as an associate intern in the Firm's Trade Marks Unit in London.
Dung Pham has over 18 years of IP legal experience in Vietnam, focusing on contentious IP work. Before joining the Firm in 2012, Dung headed a local boutique IP firm in Hanoi.