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INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCES

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_empty_space][mkd_service_table icon_pack="" link_text="More details" link_target="_blank" title="MARIA VICTORIA LAZARO ATIENZA" link="https://gvlawyers.com.vn/2019-ms-maria-victoria-lazaro-atienza/" subtitle="07/2019 - 08/2019"]   MARIA VICTORIA LAZARO ATIENZA Ratcliffe Close, Uxbridge UB8 2DD A law student at SOAS, University of London  [/mkd_service_table][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row]...

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[2019] MS. MARIA VICTORIA LAZARO ATIENZA

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text]A law student at SOAS, University of London February, 2020 The most fulfilling part of being a legal intern for GV Lawyers is that it allowed me to explore various areas of law. Being a foreign intern from the UK, my initial expectation was that my tasks will be limited to administrative support due to language barriers. I did not speak or know any Vietnamese prior to my start. However I was in for a surprise when my colleagues trusted me with actual legal tasks. I got to draft a legal services agreement between the client and the company, research various...

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Dispute over a domain name of Tictours.vn: Does the law expose a loophole?

GV Lawyers would like to present an article by Mr. Tran Thanh Tung & Mr. Vo Dinh Duc, entitled: "Dispute over a domain name of Tictours.vn: Does the law expose a loophole?" published in Saigon Times on May 19, 2016. *** A lawsuit involvinga dispute over a domain name has arisen between the plaintiff, Khanh Hoa Trade and Investment (a one-memberlimited company) and the respondent, Tictours International Travel Co., Ltd (Tictours Travel)[1]. A rare case As reported on in Tuoi Tre, Tictours TravelCentremanaged by Mr. T as a director is a subordinate unit to Khanh Hoa Trade and Investment Company. The centre registered the domain name of...

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Vietnamese enterprises face a new battle

GV Lawyers would like to present an article by Mr. Tran Thanh Tung & Mr. Vo Dinh Duc, entitled: "Vietnamese enterprises face a new battle" published in Saigon Times on May 12, 2016, Issue No. 20.2016 (1.326). *** Whilst the right to business freedom has been established, entrepreneurs and the greater Vietnamese business community are still struggling business conditions. If someone ever wonders why the press consumed so much paper and ink to produce a tiny case of Xin Chao noodle restaurant, the answer will be it is a typical case of conflict point between the two opposite forces – one stemming from the constitutional right...

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Loophole in law creates a breach of contract!

GV Lawyers would like to present an article by Mr. Tran Thanh Tung & Mr. Le An Hai entitled: "Loophole in law creates a breach of contract!" published in Saigon Times on February 25, 2016. *** A friend of mine, who is currently the leader of a well-known garment company confided that his company had an ovedued debt couple of years ago. Now, after arranging sufficient funds, he would like to settle the outstanding debt but he could not do so due to regulations of the laws. This might sound like a joke but this is a true story. WANTING TO PAY DEBT BUT NOT BEING ALLOWED...

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Cumulative voting – a protective instrument for minority shareholders

GV Lawyers would like to present an article by Mr. Tran Thanh Tung & Ms. Cao Thi Hoang Oanh entitled: "Cumulative voting – a protective instrument for minority shareholders" published in Saigon Times on April 18, 2013. *** Cumulative voting is an important legal instrument to protect the rights of minority shareholders. However, this instrument comes into effect only in case minority shareholders understand and dare use it, especially in this General Meeting of Shareholders season. Cumulative voting – an instrument to protect minority shareholders: Cumulative voting is a striking voting method in the joint-stock company. According to this method, each shareholder shall have as his total number...

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