ABOUT COMPANY

Unilaw is dynamic Business Law Firm that offers solutions related to legal issues and litigation for businesses in Vietnam.

PRACTICE AREA

Unilaw practices in the area of business and commerce law, focus on the following types of cases.

WHY CHOOSE US

The international trademark, in-depth expertise, competitive fee and reliable service are reasons for which the clients have chosen us.

A MEMBER OF UNILAW NETWORK

Unilaw is an international network of independent law firm across Europe and beyond, established since 1970

IN-DEPTH EXPERTISE

Unilaw are expertise in dealing with legal issues in the Real Estate Business, Forwarding & Insurance, E-commerce & IT, Franchising & Technology Transfer.

COMPETITIVE FEE

Unilaw believes that the businesses have right to access to legal advice as necessary. We therefore offer a very competitive fee for services we provide.

RELIABLE

More than 800 clients from 11 different countries have trusted us to protect legitimate rights and interests in their business actitivites.

OUR ATTORNEY

Unilaw attorneys graduated from foreign law universities in the United State, Germany and France. We have also gained valuable over 15-year experience whilst working for foreign organizations.

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CLIENTS TRUST US

We treat each client with the upmost personal respect and dignity by listening to all of the matters that are important to them.

OUR FAQS

We suggest you read our FAQ below as the answer to many of our most common enquiries are contained there. If your question is not listed you can contact us.

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We will:

  • Protect and promote your interests and act for you.
  • Discuss with you your objectives and how they should best be achieved.
  • Act competently, in a timely way, and in accordance with instructions received and arrangements made.
  • Provide you with information about the work to be done, who will do it and the way the services will be provided.
  • Protect your privacy and ensure appropriate confidentiality.
  • Treat you fairly, respectfully and without discrimination.
  • Give you clear information and advice.
  • Keep you informed about the work being done and advise you when it is completed.
  • Charge you a fee that is fair and represents value to you.  We will let you know how and when you will be billed.
  • Let you know how to make a complaint and deal with any complaint promptly and fairly.

The obligations lawyers to clients are described in Law on Lawyers.  Those obligations are subject to other overriding duties, including duties to the courts and to the justice system.

The names and status of the members of our office who will complete your work are set out in our client care letter.

We will treat all information we hold about you as private and confidential and will not disclose any information we hold on your behalf or about you unless we are required to do so by law or where it is necessary to do so to provide our services to you or when requested by you or with your consent.  Our duty of care is to you and not to any other person.  Before any other person may rely on our advice we must expressly agree to this in writing.

We will endeavour to provide a fixed price for the work.  This will be for the whole service or just part of it.  We will scope the work as part of that price.  If the scope changes then the price may change.  If we need to calculate our fee on a time and attendance basis then the following hourly rates will be applied: – lawyers, legal executives and managers, support staff.

We will notify you of any fees or disbursements that need to be paid for in advance.

If you have any concerns or complaints that you prefer not to raise with the person who completes your work please contact us (legal@unilaw.vn). We are committed to resolving any issues as soon as possible.

OUR JOURNAL

Visit the link below for more information the business legislation system in Vietnam and any other questions you may have.

WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM THE DISPUTES OVER ASANO TRADEMARK

Content of the case: On August 25, 2008, plaintiff, D Company, was granted a Trademark Registration Certificate  by the Intellectual Property Office (categories 07, 09 and 11 of the household appliances and electronics). (more…)

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20 April 2020

AGREEMENT OF JOINT VENTURE

This AGREEMENT OF JOINT VENTURE OF PARTY E AND PARTY C is entered into and shall be effective as of the 1st day of March, [], by and between PARTY E (“E“), a [____] limited liability company owned and controlled by [____]  LIMITED, a [____] limited partnership (“EE“), and PARTY C., a [____] corporation (“C“), owned and controlled by [____] ENTERPRISES, INC., a [____] corporation (“CC“), pursuant to the provisions of the [____] Uniform Partnership Act, on the following terms and conditions:

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16 September 2019
LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE INVALID LEASE

Judgment No. 22/2010 / DS-ST dated September 27, 2010 regarding the case: “Dispute of Lease Contract” and Judgment No. 588/2015 / DS-PT dated May 19, 2015 regarding the case: “Dispute of rental contract”).

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03 September 2019
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