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ACCRALAW

ACCRALAW

Angara Abello Concepcion Regala & Cruz (ACCRALAW) is the Philippines’ premier law firm with a cohesive multidisciplinary team of legal professionals who possess in-depth knowledge in specialized fields of law, backed by extensive experience of more than 40 years in the practice of law in the Philippines.

Will TRAIN work in its implementation?

By Eric R Recalde, ACCRA Law Offices

Regulating virtual currency in the Philippines

By Paula P Plaza, ACCRA Law Offices

Will Philippines catch the TRAIN at start of 2018?

By Eric R Recalde, ACCRA Law Offices

Employer guidelines on data privacy

By Neptali B Salvanera, ACCRA Law Offices

Anti-competitive agreements under new competition act

By Korina Ana T Manibog, ACCRA Law Offices

Are new rules on labour contracting worth the wait?

By Ma Clarissa Excelsis S Villanueva, ACCRA Law Offices

DDS in relation to Corporation Code’s capital provisions

By Dan Bernard S. Sabilala, ACCRA Law Offices

Contractualization issue far from simple in the Philippines

By Neptali B. Salvanera, ACCRA Law offices

Implementation of Data Privacy Act in full swing

By John Paul Gaba, ACCRA Law Offices

New competition law in effect in the Philippines

By Francis Lim, ACCRA Law Offices

CORRESPONDENTS

Committee’s Code report reviews effectiveness

By Shardul S Shroff, Ambarish and Roma Das, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas

Delhi High Court rules prove a boon for IPR

By Shrawan Chopra and Vibhav Mithal, Anand and Anand

Focus on Taiwan’s new PTE amendments

By Wang Shu-Ching, Lee and Li

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

PE investment in Indonesia

By Freddy Karyadi and Anastasia Irawati, Ali Budiardjo Nugroho Reksodiputro

Contractual remedies for investors in India

By Monali Dutta and Sudipta Bhattacharjee, Advaita Legal

FEATURES

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Sensory branding in India

By Safir Anand, Anand and Anand
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Our first A-List: Indonesia's top 100 lawyers

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Elephants in the room

How South Korea’s legal sector deals with not so subtle external influences