IN THE PHILIPPINES
We are a full-service law firm providing modern practice of law. We are strategically located in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), one of the prime business districts in the Philippines. Our firm primarily engages in corporate, tax, labor, and real estate law for local and foreign companies and individuals doing business in the Philippines. We work with small, medium-sized, and multinational companies to advise on inbound foreign investment. The versatility to handle the most complex transactions have earned us long-term business partnerships and relationships.
We aim to provide exceptional legal services to our clients to resolve their pressing legal concerns and prevent associated risks from disrupting their business operations.
Our tax lawyers assist our clients in complying with tax laws and securing tax rulings, opinions, and clearances. We also act as trusted advisors for tax planning and management, to help minimize their tax implications.
Our litigation lawyers have competent trial experience and negotiation skills, both in the courtroom and negotiation table. They are also highly trained on how to prevent litigation through settlement agreements.
Our family lawyers are adept in handling stressful family situations. We uphold a strong moral compass and align our legal advice on the interest of the child or more aggrieved party.
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The “Safe Streets, Workplaces, and Public Spaces Act of 2017”, an act that seeks to penalize catcalling and other street-based harassment, is finally signed into law. Senator Risa Hontiveros, its principal author, announced its passage into law on May 29.
Congress approved the proposed “Murang Kuryente Act” this week by ratifying Senate Bill (SB) No. 1950 on May 28 and House Bill (HB) No. 8869 on May 29. The Act seeks to lower power rates by transferring billions worth of the Malampaya fund as payment for the debts (stranded contract costs and stranded debts) of the National Power Corporation (Napocor).
The Philippines has recalled its ambassador to Canada after the latter failed to retrieve the trash it shipped to Manila six years ago from Ottawa. Canada missed the May 15 deadline set by President Rodrigo Duterte, prompting the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) to recall the Philippines’ diplomats in the North American country.
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