17 Oct 2016
C&G Law wins Construction and Real Estate Law Firm of the Year at ALB Philippine Law Awards 2016
C&G Law has been named Construction and Real Estate Law Firm of the Year at the inaugural Asian Legal Business (ALB) Philippine Law Awards 2016. It beat five short-listed firms to emerge winner in the coveted category. The award was announced last Friday at a ceremony at Fairmont Makati, Philippines. In addition to the award, C&G Law was a finalist for the following awards: Arbitration Law Firm of the Year, Tax and Trusts Law Firm of the Year, Project Finance Deal of the Year, Philippine Deal Firm of the Year and Philippine Law Firm of the Year.
The inaugural Asian Legal Business (ALB) Philippine Law Awards 2016 hosted a presentation of 20 awards in the Philippines legal industry, paying tributes to the outstanding performance of private practitioners and in-house teams who have significantly contributed to the evolving legal landscape of the region. http://www.legalbusinessonline.com/awards/philippine-law-awards-2016
The full name of C&G Law is Gatmaytan Yap Patacsil Gutierrez & Protacio. It was formerly known as Caguioa & Gatmaytan and continues to practise under the business style of “C&G Law”. C&G Law is a full-service law firm in the Philippines specialising in corporate and commercial transactions, litigation and arbitration, taxation as well as labour and employment.
Rajah & Tann Asia brings together leading law firms and lawyers in Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines (effective January 2017), Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. The network of firms offers the highest standards of service to locally-based clients while collectively having the capacity to handle the most complex regional and cross-border transactions. With the addition of C&G Law, Rajah & Tann Asia’s clients will enjoy seamless access to around 650 fee earners who are qualified to practise local law in nine countries in ASEAN.
All the individual firms of Rajah & Tann Asia are fully qualified to advise on and practise the laws of their respective jurisdictions, and will collectively have 12 offices in the major cities of Southeast Asia and Shanghai.