Vietnam, where international companies are increasingly looking to do business and local businesses are striking out internationally.
Pinsent Masons can help. We know Vietnam and its legal system, we routinely work with respected local counsel, and we speak, read, and draft in Vietnamese. Clients coming to Vietnam have come to rely on the expertise and market understanding we provide.
We work with clients building the next generation of manufacturing plants, employers and sponsors of major infrastructure works, including water and waste management and energy, as well other major development activity such as ports and vital transport links.
We assist manufacturers to protect their intellectual property rights for their branded goods and services, from inception through to production, distribution and sales.
In short, when doing business in Vietnam we can look after all your legal needs.
That's not all. We also ensure our local Vietnamese clients wishing to do business outside Vietnam can turn to Pinsent Masons with confidence that their needs via our extensive international network across the United Kingdom and Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions will be met.
Working with you
We provide full service support in Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi and are able to give clients the best of both worlds by forming a highly effective relationship with a reputable Vietnamese law firm and a number of top local counsel.
Offering superior local service via the best local lawyers, our project management skills and our international technical expertise ensure our clients get a service that is keenly priced yet comprehensive.
Our promise is simple: to work hard to make it easier for you to achieve your business objectives.
- A South East Asian NOC on its bid to acquire ConocoPhillips' interests in upstream assets in Vietnam.
- A leading international offshore contractor on its participation in a consortium for the construction of an offshore gas platform in Vietnamese waters.
- A leading international marine engineering and construction company on its multi-million US dollar disputes with a state petroleum corporation in relation to an oil well tying-in project in Vietnam.