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Fortun Narvasa & Salazar

23F MULTINATIONAL BANCORPORATION CENTRE, 6805 AYALA AVENUE, MAKATI CITY 1227, PHILIPPINES
Tel:
Work +63 2 812 8670
Fax:
Fax +63 2 812 7199
Email:
Web:
www.fnslaw.com.ph
Manila, Hong Kong, Cavite City

Philippines

Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 3

Fortun Narvasa & Salazar

Fortun Narvasa & Salazar is equally adept at defence and prosecution. It handles cases relating to crime, corruption, civil liberty violations and fraud; and, on the civil side, land and estate disputes.

Leading individuals

Philip Fortun - Fortun Narvasa & Salazar

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Immigration
Immigration - ranked: tier 2

Fortun Narvasa & Salazar

Roderick Salazar III heads Fortun Narvasa & Salazar’s immigration department, where clients include Xin Tian Ti Corporation, Pernod Ricard Philippines and CEO Philippines. Salazar obtained over 20 multiple-entry visas for Philippine Gold.

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Intellectual property
Other recommended firms - ranked: tier 1

Fortun Narvasa & Salazar

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Projects and energy
Projects and energy - ranked: tier 1

Fortun Narvasa & Salazar

Headed by the ‘invaluable’, ‘calm’ and ‘decisiveRoderick Salazar III, Fortun Narvasa & Salazar’s practice performed strongly, assisting Metals Exploration and its subsidiary, FCF Minerals, in drafting and negotiating a retail electricity supply agreement (with SN Aboitiz Power–RES) to procure 6,000KW for the Runruno Gold Project.

Leading individuals

Roderick Salazar III - Fortun Narvasa & Salazar

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