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- Ortega Del Castillo Bacorro Odulio Calma & Carbonell
VeraLaw, a partnership of Del Rosario Bagamasbad & Raboca
- Benjamin Bacorro - Ortega Del Castillo Bacorro Odulio Calma & Carbonell
- Pedro Carbonell - Ortega Del Castillo Bacorro Odulio Calma & Carbonell
- Arturo Del Rosario - Del Rosario & Del Rosario
- Ruben Del Rosario - Del Rosario & Del Rosario
Roberto Dio -
Castillo Laman Tan Pantaleon & San Jose
- Joseph Manolo Rebano - Del Rosario & Del Rosario
Del Rosario & Del Rosario has an excellent reputation for both contentious and non-contentious maritime work. The firm is regularly instructed on high profile matters and is currently representing both Costa Cruises and its insurers on mass claims by Filipino employees arising from the Costa Concordia disaster. Ruben Del Rosario, Arturo Del Rosario and Joseph Manolo Rebano are all highly recommended.
Ortega Del Castillo Bacorro Odulio Calma & Carbonell has a good grounding in maritime law matters. The firm regularly represents P&I clubs and shipowners on cargo claims and also acts for a number of manning agencies working in the maritime industry. Benjamin Bacorro and Pedro Carbonell are both very well regarded.
VeraLaw, a partnership of Del Rosario Bagamasbad & Raboca has recently advised on several collision claims and ship arrests. The firm also represents US, Japanese and Greek shipowners on investments in Philippines-based manning companies. Valeriano del Rosario is very well regarded.
Elpidio Jamora at Carag, Jamora, Somera & Villareal Law Offices has a good reputation for advising shipping and logistics sector clients.
Litigation partner Roberto Dio at Castillo Laman Tan Pantaleon & San Jose is experienced in admiralty disputes.
Platon Martinez Flores San Pedro & Leaño has recently been defending shipping companies against labour claims brought by the Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union. The firm is recommended for both contentious and non-contentious matters.
Romulo’s maritime practice regularly represents underwriters and shipowners on disputes, including insurance, labour, and charter party-related cases. The firm is also strong on non-contentious work, for which it advises a broad range of international clients.
SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan regularly acts for clients on leasing charters as well as insurance-related issues. It recently represented KfW IPEX-Bank on financing the construction of vessels by Hanjin Heavy Industries. Domingo Castillo heads the team.