In 2019 – the year of setting the milestone of 15-year-development, NHQuang&Associates has continuously provided the clients with high-quality legal services and gained increasing trust from our clients and partners. In addition, we have also consistently promoted our strength in academic activities, researches, policy advocacy, and sharing of legal knowledge, aiming to contribute to the development of Vietnamese laws and society. This year is our one year of impression.
E-commerce is an inevitable trend in the 4.0 revolution of countries around the world and Viet Nam cannot stand outside this development. However, while Viet Nam’s e-commerce is growing fast, the legal framework has not been able to keep up. The applicable legal documents on e-commerce were issued 05-15 years ago, so they no longer seem suitable to reality, especially regulations related to cross-border e-commerce. Originating from practical requirements and with the purpose of creating a separate legal framework to promote and manage cross-border e-commerce activities, In October 2019, the Ministry of Finance prepared a Draft Decree regulating the management of cross-border e-commerce activities in the customs field (Draft). This Draft is expected to make significant contributions to the development of this commercial activity.
The Comments in this volume are presented by Nguyen Huy Tu Quan and Nguyen Dieu Anh.
From the effective date of the Competition Law 2018 (July 01, 2019) to the present, there are still no documents guiding the implementation of Competition Law’s regulations in general and the handling of violations of the law in the field of competition in particular. In order to solve this problem, at the same time, create a fair competitive environment and ensure effective implementation of Competition Law, Decree No. 75/2019/ND-CP stipulating penalties for administrative violations in the field of competition (Decree 75) was issued on September 26, 2019.
The Comments in this volume are presented by Tran Thi My Hiep and Le Hai Linh.
Some comments on the Singapore Mediation Convention.
The Comments in this volume are presented by Vu Thi Dieu Thao and Nguyen Quoc Khanh.
The crimes related to the insurance business, social insurance, health insurance, unemployment insurance have been added to the Criminal Code 2015, amended and supplemented in 2017. However, since then, a number of shortcomings have been found in the prosecution and adjudication of these crimes. No case has been prosecuted for such crimes, for reason that the relevant provisions are still unclear and confusing, which requires guidelines for consistent application of laws. Address this problem, the Judge Council of the SPC is completing a Draft Resolution to guide the application of Article 213, 214, 215, and 216 of Criminal Code 2015. In this volume, NHQuang&Associates will provide some comments for a broad view over this Draft.
The Comments in this volume are presented by Nguyen Thi Kim Chau and Vu Thi Dieu Thao