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August 29, 2017

“The department store is online now.” – Warren Buffett on the transformation of retail as we know it. The Internet has revolutionized the way of doing business. It has expanded the reach of businesses beyond territorial jurisdictions and created a seemingly borderless world. The mode by which commercial transactions are conducted has drastically changed - allowing businesses and individuals all... Read More

August 24, 2017

Marital or spousal privilege is a term used in the law of evidence to describe two separate privileges: testimonial privilege and communication privilege. In the Philippines, testimonial privilege is enshrined in Section 22 of Rule 130 (Rules of Court), which provides that “[d]uring their marriage, neither the husband nor the wife may testify for or against the other without the consent of the... Read More

August 16, 2017

More than just a recital of “I do’s” and promises of a lifetime, marriage is an assumption of legal obligations with far-reaching implications. Consistent with the high regard of Philippine culture to parental roles and responsibilities in values formation and character-building of individuals, no less than the 1987 Philippine Constitution considers marriage an “inviolable social institution”... Read More

August 10, 2017

The affable lefty golfer Phil Mickelson is a risk taker in golf. Avid golfers can recall Mickelson’s drive on the 13th hole at Augusta National in the final round of the 2010 Masters that settled on pine straw. Mickelson fired a 6-iron between two trees and the ball landed on the green, setting up a birdie that gave him his third green jacket. Mickelson’s risk-taking did not end in golf. He... Read More