Pham Duy Khuong, representative from ASL LAW is in the list of Vietnam’s list of 100 top lawyers voted and announced by Asia Business Law Journal.
|Lawyer Pham Duy Khuong was ranked by World Trademark Review 1000 as the leading lawyer in Vietnam on trademark litigation and strategy |
Lawyer Pham Duy Khuong is rated by Asia Business Law Journal for his trademark expertise through in-depth research and consulting services for clients as M&A, IP and franchise, energy and project, antidumping and countervailing, corporate and commercial disputes and commercial arbitration.
With over 10 years of experience, Khuong founded and ran ASL Law Firm with various outstanding achievements. In particular, Pham is also highly appreciated in the field of prosecution and strategy.
In addition to the Vietnam’s list of 100 top lawyers, he also led ASL Law to be ranked second in the list of top local law firms in Vietnam voted by The Legal 500.
Lawyer Khuong is credited by the World Trademark Review 1000 for trademark expertise through in-depth research and consulting services for customers and also highly appreciated by WTR in trademark litigation and trademark strategic advice.
|As the founder and executive, lawyer Khuong has led ASL Law to become one of the most prestigious law firms in Vietnam |
WTR 1000 is a website and magazine about international trademark law. This is a monthly magazine with news, featured articles and legal news updates of a group of trademark experts around the world. In the Vietnamese market, WTR also honours law firms and trademark lawyers who have many achievements in effectively supporting clients’ projects.
The recognition was based on evaluation by customers and lawyers regarding the professionalism, reputation, and professional expertise of lawyer Khuong.
Not only providing domestic legal services, lawyer Pham Duy Khuong and ASL Law also support customers from markets including Singapore, China, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Hong Kong, the US, Australia, Indonesia, Taiwan, and the EU, among others, where Vietnamese businesses are doing business.
By Thai An