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CA stops suspension of 4 ERC commissioners

The Court of Appeals has stopped the Ombudsman from implementing its Dec. 11, 2017 order that suspended four commissioners of the Energy Regulatory Commission.

POC seeks TRO vs new election

The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) is taking the ruling made by a Pasig court that is ordering the POC to hold an election on Feb. 23 seriously.

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Embattled POC boss seeks legal remedies

The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) is acknowledging the magnitude of a court ruling that is ordering it to hold an election for the position of president and chairman on Feb. 23, after all.

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Now that the Court of Appeals has ruled that the P69-billion sale of San Miguel Corporation‘s (SMC) sale of its telco assets to Philippine Long Distance Telecom Co. and Globe Telecom is “deemed approved by operation of law,” we look forward to the two telco firms to go all-out with their programs to speed up their services.

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The Court of Appeals has declared final its decision that affirmed the 10-year prison term for homicide imposed by the Olongapo City Regional Trial Court on United States Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton for the death of Filipino transgender Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude on October 1, 2014.

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Leaders of the country’s more than 40,000 lawyers have asked the members of House of Representatives to act as “advocates of sobriety” in resolving a looming conflict with the Judiciary in connection with a Court of Appeals ruling that ordered the release of the six Ilocos Norte employees who have been detained since May 29 on a contempt citation.

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