Amicus Curiae

14 June 2022 Amicus Curiae

The truth defense in defamation

Just the other week, a jury awarded Johnny Depp $15 million in damages in a defamation lawsuit he brought against ex-wife Amber Heard for claiming in a 2018 Washington Post op-ed that she was a “public figure representing domestic abuse.”
1 June 2022 2020

Protecting financial consumers against fraud

The Philippines has had its fair share of financial fraud scandals. Only recently, in December 2021, one of the largest banks in the Philippines was hit by a cyber fraud attack by hackers who illegally transferred funds from the accounts of more than 700 of its clients.
25 May 2022 Amicus Curiae

Facilitated Naturalization of Refugees and Stateless Persons

War, violence, and insecurity in many areas of the world have forced multitudes of people to flee from their homes.
18 May 2022 Amicus Curiae

Remembering the Right to be Forgotten

Tech giant and search engine provider Google announced last 27 April 2022 that it will allow people to request for the deletion from its search results websites containing their personal contact information...
11 May 2022 Amicus Curiae

Post Clearance Audits, visitorial, and police authority of the Customs Bureau

The Bureau of Customs (BoC) has enhanced its collection efforts in recent years.
4 May 2022 Amicus Curiae

Fire-at-will

As a general proposition in the United States, particularly in the State of California, employment, having no specified term, may be terminated at the will of either party on notice to the other.