Tue, 25 Sep | Imperial Hall, 3rd Floor, Aberdeen Court

Quarterly Updates on Business Law and Jurisprudence (1)

"Doing Business in the Philippines for Foreigners and Filipinos" (Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Corporations and Cooperatives) Limited seats only. Online reservation required. No on-site registration. No walk-ins. Pay only PhP1,000.00 per participant.
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Quarterly Updates on Business Law and Jurisprudence (1)

Date, Time & Location

25 Sep 2018, 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Imperial Hall, 3rd Floor, Aberdeen Court, Aberdeen Court, Quezon Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

About The Event

"Doing Business In The Philippines For Foreigners and Filipinos"

(Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Corporations and Cooperatives)

August 13, 2018, Monday

12:00nn - 5:30pm

Imperial Hall, 3rd Floor

Aberdeen Court

Great Eastern Hotel

Quezon Avenue, Quezon City

(PhP1,000.00)

The following will be the specific topics of our seminar:

1. Steps in registering a business in the Philippines (with a brief update on Republic Act No. 10644 or the "Go Negosyo Act");

2. Comparative analysis of typical business organizations in the Philippines: sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation and cooperative (with a brief update on the new tax reform law or TRAIN Law).

3. Overview of the new online procedure of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or the "Company Registration System";

4. Republic Act No. 11032 otherwise known as the "Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act of 2018";

5. Overview of the Foreign Investment Act, the FIA-Negative List and other laws affecting doing business in the Philippines;

6. An overview on one of the Philippines' special economic zones: the Aurora Pacific Economic Zone and Freeport, also known as APECO;

7. Updates on visas for foreign investors and business owners;

8. Updates on the procedure in applying for Alien Employment Permits (AEP);

9. Updates on the procedure in applying for Special Work Permit, Provisional Work Permit, and 9G Work Visa (for foreign workers).

10. Case study of a Supreme Court decision: American Power Conversion Corp. et. al. vs. Lim, January 11, 2018.

11. Other related topics.

Resource Speakers-Panelists:

Atty. Apollo X.C. S. Sangalang

(Founding Partner, Sangalang & Gaerlan, Business Lawyers)

Atty. Marvyn A. Gaerlan

(Senior Partner, Sangalang & Gaerlan, Business Lawyers)

Atty. Gerard Dick B. Baro

(Junior Partner, Sangalang & Gaerlan, Business Lawyers)

Atty. Nathalie L. Pattugalan, CPA

(Associate, Sangalang & Gaerlan, Business Lawyers)

Moderator-Reactor-Panelist:

Atty. Gerard Nelson C. Manalo

(Associate, Sangalang & Gaerlan, Business Lawyers)

Note:

The seminar fee of PhP1,000.00 is inclusive of VAT.

It also covers plated lunch, afternoon snack, bottomless coffee, certificate of participation, and PDF copies of handouts and slide presentations.

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