2020 is probably a very peculiar and memorable year with multifold events that immensely affect the economy and society. Sharing the difficulties and challenges faced by businesses, NHQuang&Associates still maintains stable operations with our philosophy from the early days of establishment, “providing professional legal services to meet the requirements of domestic and foreign clients”, constantly doing researches and studies to continue our contribution to the development of law and society, expanding our teams and improving professional quality, enhancing our participation in programs towards disseminating legal knowledge to people.
In recent years, the practice of collecting and selling or, intentional/unintentional disclosing and disseminating personal information is a well discussed and argued matter on many mainstream platforms and social media. As many organizations and individuals have conducted or been involved in the act of illegally purchasing, selling, and utilizing online personal information (in the form of personal data), one may argue that there is a need to tighten the regulations regarding the practice of sharing personal data. On another hand, there are bold recommendations from governmental authorities about approving/allowing the practice of “charging a service fee for supplying and sharing residential data”.
The Comments in this volume are presented by Nguyen Hung Quang and Le Mai Phuong.
In order to overcome problems and shortcomings in regulations of the Law on Construction 2014, on June 17, 2020, the Law providing amendments and supplements to some articles of the Law on Construction (Construction Law 2020 (amended)) passed by the National Assembly with many new regulations on reform and simplification of administrative procedures, especially in the field of construction permit.
The Comments in this volume are presented by Nguyen Ngoc Ha.
On June 16, 2020, the National Assembly passed the Law on Court-annexed mediation and dialogue (Law on CAMD) which shall officially come into effect on January 1, 2021. Law on CAMD is established to provide individuals and organizations an additional option for dispute resolution method and expected to minimize the case backlog pressure for the Court.
The Comments in this volume are presented by Luu Tue Dang and Vu Thi Dieu Thao.
In June 2020, the National Assembly approved the Draft of Law on Enterprises (LoE) 2020 in re-placement of LoE 2014. LoE 2020 shall officially come into force from January 1, 2021 and is expected to contribute to improve corporate governance quality, business environment as well as to protect shareholders and investors’ interests.
The Comments in this volume are presented by Nguyen Dieu Anh.