Vietnam: The Personal Data Protection Decree (“PDPD”) drafting process has reached its final stage
Tuan Anh is a counsel in our Hanoi Office. With over 10 years of experience, he has assisted his clients (including both Japanese and non-Japanese clients) in a wide variety of practice areas, including cross-border M&A, corporate matters, labor law, and data privacy.
Tuan Anh joined our firm in August 2015 after spending approximately seven years practicing law at local firms, which included one of the first-tier local law firms in Vietnam. Through his extensive expertise in compliance-related matters, e-commerce platforms and operation, and corporate crisis management, he provides his clients and Japanese attorneys with tailored legal services in those practice areas in Vietnam. His legal advice, solutions, and recommendations are always appreciated by his Japanese colleagues in our firm’s Vietnam practice group due to their reliability, practicality, and appropriateness. Apart from providing legal advice to clients, he also has lectured clients’ employees on anti-corruption and compliance matters, labor regulations, and personal data protection laws. Furthermore, he is often asked to assist the JCCI in Vietnam in providing comments on key drafts of laws and decrees (e.g., investment and enterprise laws, as well as guiding decrees related thereto) promulgated by the governmental bodies of Vietnam.
- University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (International and Executive Legal Education PG)
- Hanoi University of Law (LL.B.)
- Associate, YKVN, Hanoi
- In-house counsel, ASEAN Installation & Investment JSC, Hanoi