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The Firm

DUENSING KIPPEN is a dynamic, growing, multi-service boutique law firm specializing in transactional real estate, construction and corporate/commercial matters as well as litigation and arbitration proceedings arising therefrom. DUENSING KIPPEN uniquely compliments its transactional legal expertise with a solid core tax law practice. And DUENSING KIPPEN is the only firm in Thailand with four attorneys who are internationally certified by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators ...


The Team

Bangkok Phuket law firm


Olaf Duensing (Partner) is a licensed German attorney, trained tax law specialist, and an internationally certified arbitrator (FCIArb), who has been working in Thailand as a consultant since 2001. Prior to establishing DUENSING KIPPEN, Olaf was an Associate Partner with a leading local Thai law firm specializing in real estate, corporate/commercial, tax and dispute resolution matters.
Jerrold Kippen (Partner) is a licensed California attorney and an internationally certified arbitrator ....



Latest Blogs

Publications

Leading the way

  • A building permit does NOT = ownership in Thailand
  • A Thai government official’s opinion about the law does mean that it is legally correct
  • CLASS ACTIONS ARE COMING TO THAILAND — AND THEY MAY CHANGE THE LEGAL AND CORPORATE LANDSCAPE

Dispute Resolution

  • Arbitration in ASEAN: Part One — What is arbitration?
  • Arbitration in ASEAN: Part Two — How does arbitration work?
  • Arbitration in ASEAN: Part Three — Why arbitration?

Real Estate

  • A building permit does NOT = ownership in Thailand
  • A foreigner can legally own some Thai-LAND
  • Buying a THB 10 M condo in Thailand? Good news, you get to stay in it –Thailand’s New Long-Term Investment Visa

Doing Business

  • A Step Towards an End to Frustration and “Tea-Money” in Thailand?
  • Are you the director of a Thai company? You should be aware of your significant legal liabilities
  • Business Signs (part I): Must You Include “Company, Limited”, In Your Thai Business Sign?
  • Business Signs (part II): is Thai language required in yours?

Tax

  • Business Signs (part II): is Thai language required in yours?
  • Capital gain . . . but more tax than your company bargained for
  • Doing Business in Thailand – Corporate Income Tax
  • Doing Business in Thailand – Personal Income Tax

GTDT
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