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Culture change in LGU+

LG Uplus Vice Chairman and CEO Kwon Young-soo and his senior executives wrapped up their “endless strategy meeting.”

There were debates and heavy discussions with tempers lost, something rarely seen in the “top-down” management style in Korean firms, where consensus and face are paramount. 485 more words

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Philhealth and You : Partners For Life

Health is wealth, as the saying goes. And with the rising cost of medical services and procedures, maintenance medicines and health insurances, this adage truly never gets old. 500 more words

General Topics

National Power Corporation v. Central Board of Assessment Appeals et al., G.R. No. 171470, 30 January 2009

FACTS

First Private Power Corporation (FPPC) entered into a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) agreement with NAPOCOR for the construction of Bauang Diesel Power Plant and creation of Bauang Power Plant Corporation (BPPC). 364 more words

Case Digests

Fels Energy, Inc. v. The Province of Batangas and the Office of the Provincial Assessor of Batangas, G.R. No. 168557, 16 February 2007

FACTS

NPC entered into a lease contract with Polar Energy, Inc. (POLAR) over diesel engine power barges moored at Balayan Bay in Calaca, Batangas. The contract contained a provision that POLAR may be or become subject to real estate taxes and assessments, rates and other charges in respect of the power barges.Subsequently, POLAR assigned its rights under the Agreement to Fels Energy, Inc. 408 more words

Case Digests

TAXATION POWER OF LGU

The power to tax “is an attribute of sovereignty,” and as such, inheres in the State. Such, however, is not true for provinces, cities, municipalities and barangays as they are not the sovereign; rather, they are mere “territorial and political subdivisions of the Republic of the Philippines”. 404 more words

Philippine Cases

Is it legal to modify the permit to rally without informing the applicant?

Section 6 of the Public Assembly Act reads:

Section 6. Action to be taken on the application

(a) It shall be the duty of the mayor or any official acting in his behalf to issue or grant a permit unless there is clear and convincing evidence that the public assembly will create a clear and present danger to public order, public safety, public convenience, public morals or public health. 1,104 more words

Constitutional Rights