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DUONG QUOC THANH
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MR. DUONG QUOC THANH JOINED WITH DIMAC AS A PARTNER IN 2016 AFTER HAVING ACTED AS THE HEAD OF HANOI OFFICE AND THE LEADER OF THE DISPUTE RESOLUTION DIVISION OF VCI LEGAL LAW FIRM FOR MORE THAN FIVE (05) YEARS.
Mr. Duong Quoc Thanh hold important positions in some large companies and law rms, i.e. Techcombank as Legal Counsel for the Board of Directors, lawyer at Baker & McKenzie and Senior Associate of VILAF and Bizlink. He had served as a Judge in the Hanoi People’s Court for over ten (10) years before hand.
In terms of education, Mr. Thanh graduated with a Master of Law (LLM) Degree in International Trade Law at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia in 2002 and a LLM Degree, majoring in Economic Laws at Hanoi Law University in 1997. He also completed a Bachelor of Law at Hanoi Law University in 1998 and a Bachelor of English at, University of Society and Human Sciences in 1995.
At his full strength, Mr. Thanh focuses on giving advice, negotiating, mediating or representing clients in disputes in trading, commerce, corporate, contract, real estate and labor at multi-level Courts or Arbitration Centers.
The large clients which Mr. Thanh represented and advised are VietinBank, VIB, ACB and TechcomBank, PVI Insurance Corporation and Prevoir Vietnam Life Insurance Company, Siemens AG, Siemens (Vietnam), Nokia Vietnam, Bayer Vietnam, Triumph International and Philips Vietnam, Caterpillar (US), Marvel (US), Embassy of Belgium and Singapore in Vietnam, Crown Agents (UK), Vietnam Brewery, South East Asia Brewery (Carlsberg) and Viet Ha Corporation.
Currently, he is a member of Hanoi Bar Association, Vietnam Bar Federation and Vietnam Business Lawyers Club. He is recognized as a Mediator of Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) of United Kingdom, and also a Mediator of Vietnam Mediation Centre.
Mr. Thanh is one of seven (07) co-authors of the first Judicial Manual of the Supreme People's Court. He has had some articles published in specialist magazines in Vietnam, such as the Of ce of Vietnamese National Assembly, the State and Laws Journal of Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences; the Court Journal of the Supreme People’s Court. He is a visiting lecturer of the Vietnam Judicial Academy for judges and lawyers training courses as from 2002.