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Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in Vietnam

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Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in Vietnam

Commercial business activities are becoming increasingly diversified and are constantly developing in all fields, making the occurrence of commercial business disputes inevitable. Commercial business activities are more and more complicated and various because of many commercial causes. Therefore, the enterprises facing litigation should have an in-depth commercial business dispute resolution consultation to support and ensure the best of their legitimate rights and interests. As a result, through this article, Phuoc and Partners will help companies categorize and understand the standard of commercial business dispute resolution consultation process to choose an appropriate consultancy unit to resolve commercial disputes when they arise.

  1. Classifying commercial business disputes and identifying the need of for commercial business dispute resolution consultation

Commercial business dispute resolution consultation will include the following commercial business disputes:

  • Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in disputes relating to the sale of goods;
  • Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in disputes relating to services provision; lease, hire, hire purchase;
  • Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in disputes relating to distribution; deposit; representation; agency;
  • Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in disputes relating to construction, technical consultant; intellectual property;
  • Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in disputes relating to the transportation of freight or passenger by rail, road, air, internal waterway transportation,
  • Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in disputes relating to financial investment, bank; insurance; exploration, exploitation; credit agreement, etc.
  1. The standard process of commercial business dispute resolution consultation from a professional commercial business dispute resolution consultation is as follows:
  • Step 1: Asking the client to provide the relevant facts, events or documents through email or in person exchange with the client;
  • Step 2: Reviewing the relevant information and documents provided;
  • Step 3: Searching relevant laws and regulations to obtain legal advice/legal opinions;
  • Step 4: Writing and completing the draft legal advice/legal opinion and sending it to the client for comments and inputs (if any);
  • Step 5: Going through the client’s comments and inputs (if any) to the draft legal advice/legal opinion (if any) and amending and/or supplementing and completing the legal advice/legal opinion;
  • Step 6: Submitting the final version of the legal advice/legal opinion to the client either via email/fax or letter for the client’s record and further proper action; and
  • Step 7: Supporting the client to initiate a lawsuit or participate in the lawsuit if requested.

If you have difficulties related to commercial business dispute resolution consultation, please contact us: Phuoc & Partners is a professional consulting firm established in Vietnam and which currently has nearly 100 members working in three offices in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Danang. Phuoc & Partners is also rated as one of the leading consulting firms specializing in business law in Vietnam, with leading practice areas in the legal market such as Labour and EmploymentTaxationMerger and acquisitionLitigation. We are confident in providing customers with optimal and effective service.

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Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in Vietnam
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Commercial business dispute resolution consultation in Vietnam
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the enterprises facing litigation should have an in-depth commercial business dispute resolution consultation to support and ensure the best of their legitimate rights and interests
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