Airbus Gets a New Boss, Who Inherits All of the Old Problems

October 14, 2018

Airbus SE has selected its next chief executive officer. Cue in Guillaume Faury, former head of the aircraft manufacturer’s helicopter division and of research at carmaker Peugeot SA — and now a clean-up guy with a lot on his plate.

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GTALAW wins patent case against Pfizer for client Sel-J Pharmaceuticals

March 23, 2009

Sel-J Pharmaceuticals’ Ampicillin Sulbactam (with brand name Unasan) wins the patent case filed against them by Pfizer, owner of the leading innovator brand Unasyn. The case, initially filed by Pfizer in October 2008, alleges that Unasan infringes their patent for Unasyn.

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Philippine Working Visas

Philippine Visas: Woking in the Philippines

July 15, 2008

There are only two types of working visas issued by the Philippine Bureau of Immigration and Deportation to foreign nationals who are coming to the Philippines to work. These are the: (1) 9(g) Pre-arranged employment visa; and (2) 47(a)(2) Special Non-Immigrant Visa.

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GTALAW wins rape case for an American client

November 15, 2005

Olongapo City – GTALAW obtained an Order of dismissal in a rape case for its American client – a former US Navy Serviceman who was accused for the crime of Rape and offense of violation of RA 7610 (Child Abuse Law) and a crime for Acts of Lasciviousness at the Regional Trial Court of Olongapo City.

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How to fire a problem employee and avoid litigation?

January 24, 2003

Illegal dismissal is a growing litigation area in Labor Law that employers need to be aware of every time they terminate an employee. Many employers are reduced to penury out of a wrongful act of dismissal.

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