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A group of law firms is poised to launch a default fee class action against New Zealand banks this afternoon. Details are scant but media have been invited to a 1pm press conference in Auckland. ''Over the past six years, New Zealand banks have
Presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda said the Palace wants to see first the supposed evidence of the Bulacan provincial government in the class suit it is preparing. We do not know what evidence the Bulacan provincial government has, so we will have
But the surviving generation, the strong, who are still able-bodied, need wait no more. Twenty-five years after the dictator Ferdinand Marcos fled after he was ousted by People Power uprising on February 25, 1986, and almost to the day, victims of
PhilippinesA Regional Trial Court judge dismissed on Thursday a class suit filed against the Energy Development Corp. and others to prevent the firm from doing geothermal exploration at the Mt...EDC), Department of Environment and Natural Resources,
Philippines The legal officer of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines will ask a court on Monday to stop the ongoing sex education program being enforced by the Department of Education. Lawyer Jo Aurea Imbong will file the case 8:30 a.m.
Bishop Reuel Norman Marigza, the church's newly installed secretary general. Marigza said the church was considering filing a class suit against Ms Arroyo to attain justice for church members killed during her administration...In a joint press
PhilippinesDaily power interruptions due to the breakdown of power generators supplying mainland Palawan have prompted several establishments to close operations in protest, as the city government said Thursday it was prepared to take over
President Macapagal-Arroyo to attain justice for church martyrs killed during her administration...Marigza made this statement during his installation Saturday at the close of the 9th Quadrenium General Assembly held at the Silliman University Church.
Philippines�A group of Pangasinan lawyers on Friday asked a court here to order the National Power Corp. and the San Roque Power Corp. to decommission the San Roque Dam in San Manuel town to stop it from causing �further destruction� and �great and
Philippines-Would you pay P1.9 million to scavenge garbage in Dubai? The 137 Filipino drivers who ended up as scavengers in Dubai after being stranded there for three months, are each facing a P1.9 million debt from lending companies. Lawyer Reynaldo