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Today, 22 March 2012, the defense presented its last witness (former Manila Mayor Lito Atienza) before the Senate, acting as an impeachment court, takes a break. Even before the trial...
“It is widely accepted that small and medium enterprises play a veryimportant and significant role in the economic and social development of a country”. This is an acknowledgment by the Philippine government itself, through the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in its 2004-2010 SME...
Heeding the call of some participants of this forum/blog, particularly in the post on the 2011 bar exam, let’s create a separate post and centralize discussions on the preparations, schedule and related information on the 2012 bar examination. The bar results will also be posted here....
The results are out (see below) for the 2011 Bar Examinations. The Chairman of the 2011 Bar Exams is Supreme Court Associate Justice Roberto Abad, while the examiners are: Court of Appeals Associate Justice Amy Lazaro Javier for Political Law; Cesario Alvero Azucena, Jr. for Labor Law; Ernesto...
The “Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Ramon Paje granted permission to SM Baguio to cut 172 trees in the mall’s property facing Governor Pack Road, paving the way for the mall’s expansion which will include a centralized parking and bus terminal in the area,” SunStar...
Bank deposits in the Philippines are “absolutely confidential in nature”, which is the general rule. The controversy over the bank deposits of Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona in the current impeachment process against him brings to fore the importance and rationale behind the...
In a recent news item, a “man who had pleaded guilty to DUI manslaughter stemming from a crash near Tampa, Fla., on Christmas Day 2007 now denies causing the crash that killed three of the four people in the vehicle he hit.” Here’s the interesting part — he sued the estate...
Accidents happen, true. But many “accidents” should not have happened if only rules and regulations were followed. The recent incident at the Tikling Junction in Taytay, Rizal drives home the point. A dump truck crossed the busy intersection — in full speed — killing at...
(The camp of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo recently released an article that she wrote. Some say this is a diversionary tactic. Some say, Presidential Spokesman Edwin Lacierda, that this is “political manifesto disguised as an economic paper” Some say it contains observations...
In yesterday’s news, the phrase “constitutional crisis” had been uttered by at least two personalities in connection with the impeachment of Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona. Supreme Court Spokesman and Court Administrator Jose Midas Marquez said: “No doubt, we are...