Esteban Y. Mendoza obtained his Juris Doctor from the Ateneo Law School in 1992, was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1993, and completed his Masters of Laws (Banking, Corporate and Finance Law) from Fordham University School of Law in 1997.
Mr. Mendoza has extensive experience advising and representing individual and corporate clients in contractual and property disputes, enforcement of contractual rights, fraud, commercial and criminal litigation, family law, and estates. His experience includes representation before the Regional Trial Court, Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court.
He is also engaged in labor law practice and regularly advises clients on illegal dismissal and termination-related issues, fraud, tort, outsourcing, violations on the Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995, retrenchment, and labor union-related matters. He regularly assists clients at collective bargaining agreement negotiations.
Eduardo M. Pangan obtained his Bachelor of Laws from the Ateneo Law School in 1991, and was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1992.
Mr. Pangan is engaged in corporate, commercial, and intellectual property law. He has more than 20 years experience negotiating and structuring acquisitions, investments, and joint ventures in real estate, manufacturing, food, and information technology.
He has also handled trademark and copyright infringement cases for clients in the software publishing, food, and entertainment business.
He is a member of the Licensing Executives Society Philippines.
Gilbert M. Viloria obtained his Juris Doctor from the Ateneo Law School in 2002, and was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2003.
Mr. Viloria is engaged in litigation and corporate law, and regularly advises banks, outsourcing companies, real estate developers, and information technology providers.
He handles civil cases involving contractual disputes, property disputes, corporate fraud, corporate rehabilitation and insolvency, settlement of estate, and enforcement of foreign judgments.
He is also engaged in labor law practice and regularly advises clients on labor standards, and compliance with mandatory labor, social, and welfare laws and policies. He regularly advises clients on illegal dismissal and termination-related issues, outsourcing, and collective bargaining agreement negotiations.
Conrado R. Sarmiento, Jr. obtained his Bachelor of Laws at the Arellano Law School in 2010, and was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2011.
Mr. Sarmiento is engaged in litigation, family law, and labor law. He handles employment termination cases and advises on employment contracts and outsourcing. He represents clients in adoption, tort, and commercial cases. He also handles applications for work visas and employment permits for expatriates.
Lea Anne S. Tuazon obtained her Bachelor of Laws/Juris Doctor at San Beda College of Law in 2014, and was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2015.
Ms. Tuazon is engaged in litigation, family law, and labor law practice. She represents clients in criminal law and civil law cases, handling annulment, adoption and other family law cases. She also handles employment termination cases and advises on labor standards and social legislation compliance.
Jacqueline Mae S. Choi obtained her Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration at Far Eastern University-De La Salle University in 2013, and was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2015.
Ms. Choi is engaged in corporate, commercial and taxation law practice. She renders advisory work to companies in the manufacturing, real estate, mining and information technology industries. She also handles application and compliance requirements with government agencies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, Bureau of Internal Revenue and Philippine Economic Zone Authority.