Welcome to Rajah & Tann Laos
Based in Vientiane, Rajah & Tann Laos was established in 2010 and is helmed by lawyers with experience in Laotian laws. We have in-depth local knowledge and wide-ranging expertise within this country's ever-changing business and legal landscape.
Aside from being consistently recognised as a leading firm in both the Chambers Global and Chambers Asia-Pacific directories in 2018, our Laos office has also garnered recognition across other leading directories. Our General Business Law expertise has been ranked as “Highly Recommended” by Asialaw Profiles (2019). The Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2019) has noted that “[the] lion's share of Rajah & Tann (Laos)'s practice comprises regulatory compliance, business incorporation and banking and finance work for inward investors from around East Asia.” – the abovementioned achievements are a true testament to our market leading position in the Laotian market.
Our lawyers work very closely with a wide spectrum of professionals on a broad range of transactions in Laos and the Indo-China region – bankers, financiers, tax advisers, project consultants, architects, engineers, arbitrators and regulators.
Given the varied and extensive experience of our lawyers, and our industry knowledge, we are well-positioned to provide you with sound and practical legal and business advice - from the inception of investments and acquisitions, through to business operations during the life of the projects, and guidance on dispute resolution and enforcement of rights and claims.
If an issue should turn litigious, we have experience in dispute resolution and a proven ability to provide innovative solutions tailored to your needs for the most complex problem.
As a member of the Rajah & Tann Asia team,we are even better equipped to help our clients with complex cross-border legal issues throughout Asia.
We are best known for our regulatory compliance advisory expertise for business incorporations and banking and finance related work. We are particularly active in the following key industry sectors:
- Technology, hardware and electronics.
- Financial institutions.
- Corporate and commercial services.
- Energy and power.
- Construction and projects.