Huong Mai Thi Duong

Huong Mai Thi Duong: Attorney with Duane Morris Vietnam LLC

Biography

Huong Mai Thi Duong practices in the area of corporate law, with experience in mergers and acquisitions, securities and capital markets, finance and banking, real estate and construction, and international trade law.

Ms. Duong earned an LL.M. in International Business Law from Newcastle University in 2014. She earned a Bachelor of Laws in Business Law from the University of Economics and Law in Ho Chi Minh City. She is fluent in Vietnamese and English.

Experience

•Duane Morris Vietnam LLC
- Associate, 2015-present
•DFDL (Vietnam)
- Legal Adviser, 2015
•Ashfords LLP
- Intern, 2014
•LuatViet Advicates and Solicitors
- Associate, 2009-2013

Selected Publications

•Huong dn tang von - Bô Tai Chinh cn nhanh hon (Instruction for capital increase registration - Ministry of Finance needs to be faster)
Dâu Tu ChUng Khoan (Securities Investment Newspaper) (21 February 2011)

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Corporate Law
  • International Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+84 8 3824 0234  Phone
+84 8 3824 0241  Fax
dnmrs.co/attorneys/huongmaithiduong.html
Law School Attended:
University of Economics and Laws, Ho Chi Minh City, LL.B., Business Law, 2009; Newcastle University, LL.M., International Business Law, 2014
Admission:
(Admission pending)
Memberships:

Professional Activities

•Ho Chi Minh City Bar Association

Languages:
Vietnamese
Reported Cases:
Representative Matters: Representing EAB New Energy GmbH, one of the largest wind energy developing companies in Germany, concerning a Power Purchase Agreement for a wind power project in Vietnam, the Mui Dinh wind project, with a total investment value of $100 million. The agreement signed with Vietnam Electricity Corporation (EVN) is the first for a privately financed Wind Power Project in Vietnam.; Advised the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd - HCMC Branch on a compliance matter arising during its operation in Vietnam.; Advised and assisted Cj Cheijedang Corporation to acquire a manufacture company in Vietnam.; Advised and assisted Hydro-tek Thailand Co. Ltd in its investment project in Vietnam.; Advised Nissan Vietnam Co., Ltd on legal matters during its daily operation.; Assisted Bluescope Buildings Vietnam Co. Ltd. in an internal investigation regarding employment issue.; Advised and assisted Sakkara Asia Pacific Project Holdings and Investment Real Estate Joint Stock Company and its affiliates in various real estate projects in Vietnam.; Advised and assisted HaTay Construction - Manufacture - Trade JSC to acquire a mining company in Hanoi.; Advised QMS APAC Ltd on the due diligence of two advertising companies in Vietnam.; Advised Vietnam Steel Corporation on the liquidation of various construction contracts.; Assisting Petrovietnam Securities JSC in a transaction of offering shares to a potential strategic shareholder.; Advising Jetstar Pacific Airlines on the compliance of procedure when investing in a subsidiary.; Advising State Capital Investment Corporation on the cooperation with its partner to develop a real estate project.

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