Congratulations Mr. Thang on receiving the award:
IAM Global Leader 2023 – Vietnam
Nguyen Duc Thang (Thang Duc Nguyen – the name in English) – our Deputy General Director, Partner, and Director of patent department – has been included in the 2023 edition of the IAM Global Leaders issued by IAM magazine, one of the most renowned international magazines in the world. As mentioned on the IAM magazine’s website:
“To qualify for inclusion in the IAM Global Leaders, individuals must be ranked in the gold tier of the IAM Patent 1000, the market-leading annual directory that identifies the top law and attorney firms and individuals in the world’s most significant patent jurisdictions.
This in itself is no small feat. Our full-time research team goes through an exhaustive process to compile the IAM Patent 1000, gathering hundreds of written submissions from firms detailing their recent activities, conducting hundreds of face-to-face and telephone interviews, and corresponding, over a four-month period, with patent lawyers, attorneys and their clients. The resulting detailed data forms the basis of the rankings published in the directory.
From that esteemed group, we select candidates for IAM Global Leaders who merit special attention – not only because of their expertise and experience related to creating, protecting, managing, transacting and enforcing critical patent rights, but also for their ability to innovate, inspire and go above and beyond to deliver value for their clients.”
Mr. Thang is one of four individuals receiving the award for Vietnam this year. He has been ranked by IAM magazine as a World Leading Patent Professional in 2019-2020 and 2022 but this is the first time he has achieved this award. He is exceptional not only in helping the clients in the establishment and enforcement of their patent rights but also in his dedication and contribution to the general development of patent field. We are very delighted and proud of him as well as the award. We believe that he will gain higher rankings and achievements in the future.
By Dao Thu Trang
Deputy Director of Patent Department