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The message from the world is clear: unless we in the Philippines shape up, foreign investors will continue to view us as an unworthy investment destination
They possess the kind of force we need to propel change – the fearlessness to speak out, the recklessness to push boundaries, and the audacity to envision a new landscape for the future
While the government must not be beholden to investors, it is essential that it does not trivialize their investments, must treat them with fairness and reason, and exemplify stability and confidence to attract investments
Does the Office of Solicitor General have the power to give advisory opinions to other government agencies like Pagcor?
The proposed Passive Income and Financial Intermediary Taxation Act appears unsound, and Congress may want to rethink it before it's too late
Though we are far from the promised land, the commission's significant and aggressive efforts towards achieving its mission are both valiant and promising
Why are there not a lot of Filipino brands taking center stage globally?
Senior partner Francis Lim is lawyer of the year
A liberal outlook in dealing with online platforms will certainly have basis in law. Otherwise, we stand the risk of spiraling down a dangerous path of isolation from the rest of world.
Our rules should be amended to expressly provide for personal liability on the part of the lawyer or law firm behind the filing of frivolous cases
This piece was delivered during ACCRALAW’s necrological services for the late Teodoro D. Regala, Sr., one of the 5 founding partners of the firm
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The country's corporate regulator says any action on Omidyar's donation to Rappler 'must be coursed through the honorable court through an appropriate pleading or manifestation'
Watch the midday newscast with Mara Cepeda
(UPDATED) 'While not legally necessary, the donation puts beyond doubt that Rappler is owned and controlled by Filipinos,' says Rappler lawyer Francis Lim
Rappler's lawyer also explains why he took the case and what surprised him most about the decision
Rappler's legal counsel talks about what other ‘reasonable’ measures SEC could have taken
The harsh SEC ruling harms Rappler’s staff, stockholders, and readers, its lawyer Francis Lim argues
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairperson Teresita Herbosa thinks otherwise, saying her office 'orders revocation of companies even for just failing to submit annual reportorial requirements'
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