[A.C. No. 4500. April 30, 1999.]
BAN HUA U. FLORES , complainant, vs . ATTY. ENRIQUE S. CHUA ,
Complainant Ban Hua U. Flores sought the disbarment of respondent Atty. Enrique S. Chua,
a practicing lawyer in the City of Bacolod
[G.R. No. 104599. March 11, 1994.]
JON DE YSASI III , petitioner, vs. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS
COMMISSION (FOURTH DIVISION), CEBU CITY, and JON DE YSASI ,
REGALADO , J :
The adage that blood is thicker than water ob
[G.R. No. 125766. October 19, 1998.]
FELICIDAD L. ORONCE and ROSITA L. FLAMINIANO , petitioners, vs .
HON. COURT OF APPEALS and PRICILIANO B. GONZALES
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION , respondents.
REMEDIAL LAW; CIVIL PROCEDURE; JURISDI
[G.R. No. L-28546. July 30, 1975.]
VENANCIO CASTAEDA and NICETAS HENSON , petitioners, vs.
PASTOR D. AGO, LOURDES YU AGO and THE COURT OF APPEALS ,
Quijano & Arroyo for petitioners.
Jose M. Luison for respondents.
[A.C. No. 3961. September 18, 1997.]
SALUD IMSON-SOUWEHA , complainant, vs . ATTY. TEOPISTO A.
RONDEZ , respondent.
Marciano T. Inso for complainant.
Rondez, Rondez & Gondeza Law Offices for respondent.
Complainant Souweha charged
[A.C. No. 3324. February 9, 2000.]
PASTOR EDWIN VILLARIN, PACIANO DE VEYRA, SR., and
RESTITUTO SABATE, JR.,respondent.
Eduardo D. Estores for complainants.
When complainants led a ca
[A.C. No. 4758. April 30, 1999.]
VICTOR NUNGA , complainant, vs . ATTY. VENANCIO VIRAY , respondent.
This is an administrative case which stemmed from a complaint led by Victor Sunga,
seeking the disbarment of respondent Venancio Viray on
[A.C. No. 5118. September 9, 1999.]
(A.C. CBD No. 97-485)
MARILOU SEBASTIAN , complainant, vs . ATTY. DOROTHEO CALIS ,
After an investigation, respondent Atty. Dorotheo Calis was found to have deceived the
[A.C. No. 2019. June 3, 1991.]
SHIRLEY CUYUGAN LIZASO , complainant, vs. ATTY. SERGIO G.
AMANTE , respondent.
1. LEGAL ETHICS; ATTORNEYS; DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS; SUPREME COURT CAN
EXERCISE POWER TO DISCIPLINE LAWYERS FOR CAUSES WHICH DO
IN RE: DIOSDADO Q. GUTIERREZ
[A.C. No. L-363. July 31, 1962.]
IN RE: DISBARMENT PROCEEDINGS AGAINST ATTY. DIOSDADO Q.
GUTIERREZ , respondent.
Victorino A. Savellano for complainant.
Nestor M. Andrada for respondent.
[A.C. No. 3232. September 27, 1994.]
ROSITA C. NADAYAG , complainant, vs. ATTY. JOSE A. GRAGEDA ,
MELO , J :
In a letter-complaint dated April 15, 1988, Rosita C. Nadayag charged
respondent Atty. Jose A. Grageda, a
[A.M. No. 1048. July 14, 1995.]
WELLINGTON REYES , complainant, vs. ATTY. SALVADOR M. GAA ,
Jo Aurea L. Marcos for complainant.
The Solicitor General for respondent.
REMEDIAL LAW; EVIDENCE; TESTIMONY OF A WITNESS; AFFIRMATI
[A.C. No. 7593. March 11, 2015.]
ALVIN S. FELICIANO, complainant, vs.
PERALTA, J :
Before us is a Petition for Disbarment 1 dated August 2, 2007 led by Alvin S.
[A.C. No. 439 . September 30, 1982.]
IN RE: QUINCIANO D. VAILOCES
Petitioner, a lawyer, was disbarred in 1961 after having been convicted of falsi cation of
public document. Since 1967, when the President of the Philippines granted petiti
[A.C. No. 8254. February 15, 2012.]
(Formerly CBD Case No. 04-1310)
NESA ISENHARDT , complainant, vs . ATTY. LEONARDO M. REAL ,
PEREZ , J :
This case stemmed from the veri ed complaint 1 led with the Integrated Bar o
[A.C. No. 6738. August 12, 2015.]
BERSAMIN, J :
A lawyer who proposes to his client a recourse or remedy that is
contrary to law, public policy, public order
[April 7, 1922.]
In re MARCELINO LONTOK .
Ramon Diokno for respondent.
Attorney-General Villa-Real for the Government.
1. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; DISBARMENT; PARDON BY GOVERNOR-GENERAL,
EFFECT OF, ON RIGHT OF COURTS TO DISBAR ATTORNEYS. L
[A.C. No. 1 2 6 . December 29, 1980.]
In re: ATTY. TRANQUILINO ROVERO
The Supreme Court, upon finding that respondent lawyer had been convicted of smuggling
and sentenced to pay a fine by a competent court, ordered his disbarment and the
[A.C. No. 5141. September 29, 1999.]
(Formerly CBD Case No. 317)
PRISCILA L. TOLEDO , complainant, vs . ATTY. ERLINDA ABALOS ,
Atty. Erlinda Abalos obtained a loan of P20,000.00 from Priscila Toledo, payable within six
In re MARCELINO LONTOK
The Attorney-General asks that an order issue for the removal of Marcelino Lontok
from his office of lawyer in the Philippines Islands, because of having been convicted
of the crime of bigamy. The respondent lawyer, in answer
[G.R. No. 1203. May 15, 1903.]
In the matter of the suspension of HOWARD D. TERRELL from the
practice of law.
Solicitor-General Araneta for Government.
W. A. Kincaid for defendant.
ATTORNEYS; SUSPENSION. The promotion of an organizatio
GMCR v BELL TELECOM
Private respondent Bell Telecommunication Philippines, Inc. (BellTel) filed with
the NTC an Application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to
US VS NAG TANG HO
ISSUE: WON the provision found in Act 2868 wherein the governor general can fix terms and
conditions of the fix of rice and make it a crime to sell at a higher price is unconstitutional
In a special session, the Philippine Legisla
PBCom vs. CIR [G.R. No. 112024. January 28, 1999]
1. Philippine Bank of Communications (PBCom), a commercial banking corporation duly organized
under Philippine laws, filed its quarterly income tax returns for the first and second quarters of
COMPANIA GENERAL DE TABACOS DE FILIPINAS v THE BOARD
OF PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSIONERS
This is an appeal requiring the Petitioner to file a detailed report of its
finances and operations in the form set forth in this petition
Petitioner is a foreig
REVIEW CENTER ASSOCIATION V ERMITA
The Professional Regulaiton Commission (PRC) conducted the nursing
board exams nationwide
June 2006: licensure applicants wrote to the PRC to report that the
handwritten copies of 2 sets of examinations were circ
Ople v. Torres [G.R. No. 127685. July 23, 1998]
(1) Legislative power is "the authority, under the Constitution, to make laws, and to alter and repeal
them." The Constitution, as the will of the people in their original, sovereign and unlimited
Free Telephone Workers Union v. The Hon. Minister of Labor
and Employment, The NLRC and the PLDT
G.R. No. L-58184
October 30, 1981
Topic: Delegation of Legislative Powers (Non Delegation Doctrine)
Petitioner filed with the Ministry of Labor a noti