CNPLaw assists our clients in expanding their footprint in Vietnam. We work with our partner law firms in Vietnam to provide quality advice and seamless service to our clients. We have been involved in various corporate transactions and joint venture transactions in Vietnam, in the areas of logistics and information technology. This includes assisting our clients in navigating the regulatory regime in Vietnam by working with our partner law firms in Vietnam. 

With our success and experience, we are well-positioned to assist our clients with their legal issues and challenges in Vietnam. Our Asian footprint allows us to equip our clients with intimate knowledge on how business is conducted in Vietnam and beyond, and help them in their expansion plans.

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    CNPLaw advises Symphony International Holdings Limited on its acquisition of equity stake in Indo Trans Logistics Corporation

    CNPLaw LLP (“CNP”) advised Symphony International Holdings Limited (“Symphony”), a London-listed strategic investment company, on acquiring a significant minority stake in Vietnam-based Indo Trans Logistics Corporation, founded in 2000 as a freight-forwarding company, has since grown to become one of Vietnam’s “national champions” and is the largest independent integrated logistics company with a network spread throughout Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand.

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    The Madrid Protocol – How brand owners can protect their trademarks internationally

    In today’s interconnected world, many businesses span multiple jurisdictions. Trademark protection, however, is generally territorial. That is to say, it only applies in countries where registration is obtained. This can make it inconvenient for brand owners to protect their trademarks if they plan to do business in multiple jurisdictions because it would require the brand owner to make a separate application in each jurisdiction. The Madrid Protocol was designed to make this process simpler and cheaper.

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