INVESTIP has received Vietnam IP Prosecution Award 2023

The Asia Business Law Journal (ABLJ) from, a trusted resource for in-house counsel and lawyers in private practice, has just released the list of Vietnam Law Firm Awards 2023. These awards recognize excellence in various fields, such as Law Firm of the Year, Best Overall Law Firms, and Banking & Finance, and others.

Regarding the Intellectual Property (IP) field, there are two awards: IP Litigation and IP Prosecution. With only four IP Law firms being listed for each IP award, and we are thrilled to announce that INVESTIP has been recognized as one of the four firms to receive Vietnam IP Prosecution Award for the year 2023.

As an independent business-to-business publisher, provides high-quality business law information, analysis, and intelligence to Asia-focused in-house counsel, lawyers in private practice, and senior business managers. And its Asia Business Law Journal is essential reading for in-house counsel with Pan-Asian responsibilities as it clarifies the legal and regulatory environment in key Asian jurisdictions, and identifies the most capable legal advisers across Asia.

Therefore, INVESTIP is deeply honored and proud to have been ranked among the top IP Law firms in Vietnam by for the first time. With 35 years of experience, our team of experienced lawyers and experts has always been dedicated to providing the best quality services and satisfying our clients’ needs. This award is a testament to our team’s hard work, strong commitment, and unwavering focus on excellence in the delivery of tailored legal solutions that meet our clients’ needs. We see this recognition as a stepping stone towards achieving higher rankings in the future.

At INVESTIP, we are committed to continually improving our services to provide our clients with the best possible experience. We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all our clients for their continued trust in our firm and we look forward to continuing to provide exceptional legal services in the future.

By Do Tuyet Nhung

Deputy Director of Patent Department