Industries
Life Sciences

Practices
Corporate/M&A
Employment

Location
Vietnam

Languages
Vietnamese
English

Education
LLB, Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics and Law
Tan Nhat Truong Phan
+84 28 628 45672

Biography

Tan Nhat Truong Phan is an associate with the corporate and commercial team in the firm's the Ho Chi Minh City office. His practice covers licensing and corporate formation, labor and employment, and M&A and due diligence. Tan excels at providing clear, concise advice to the firm's clients and on issues of Vietnamese law, and actively supports foreign companies in establishing and operating businesses in Vietnam across various industry sectors. He has worked with many high-profile clients on intercompany loans, capital arrangement and large-scale restructuring, Tan also has a particularly strong background in the life sciences and manufacturing.


Experience
  • Advised a multinational medical equipment company who had decided to exit the Vietnam market on the process of liquidating its two representative offices and the handling of outstanding commercial obligations to customers and partners prior to liquidation, including addressing the company’s obligations in distribution contracts and hospital tenders, as well as employment agreements with the staff.
  • Advised a U.S. tech titan on numerous commercial issues related to the sale, import, and distribution of its technology products in Vietnam, including extensive advice on labor matters and import of refurbished products.
  • Advised a European pharmaceutical company on steps for handling redundancy due to a restructuring of the company’s Vietnam operations.
  • Assisted a prestigious international university in Vietnam in the investigation of a case of alleged workplace bullying. Investigating this case involved reviewing months of recorded meetings, written summaries from complainants and interviewing 13 individuals. This case also required the review of Vietnamese labor law and internal policies.
  • Assisted a Dutch company in conducting legal due diligence for the potential share acquisition of a foreign-invested company manufacturing spare parts of automobiles and other motor vehicles.