Ms. Dayaayam Otgontuya

Ms. Dayaayam Otgontuya: Attorney with Anderson & Anderson LLP
  • Attorney at Anderson & Anderson LLP (22 Attorneys)
  • Suite 1008, 10th Floor, Grand Plaza, Enkhtaivan Ave-46, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 16052
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Ms. Otgontuya is an attorney licensed to practice law in the Mongolia. Her legal practice focuses on company law, business law, civil litigation, alternative dispute resolution and various contracts. She earned Bachelor degree with Business Law from Shihihutug University in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

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  • Business Law, Corporate Law, Property Law, Contract Law, Civil Litigation

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Contact Information:
(976) 7011-9339  Phone
Year of First admission:
2015, Mongolia
English and Mongolian and Korean

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