SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan (SyCipLaw) was founded in 1945. It is the largest law firm in the Philippines.
We offer a broad and integrated range of legal services, with departments in the following fields: banking, finance and securities; special projects; corporate services; general business law; tax; intellectual property; employment law and immigration; and dispute resolution.
Within this structure, we have specialists in key practice areas such as mergers and acquisitions, energy, power, infrastructure, natural resources, government contracts, real estate, insurance, international arbitration, mediation, media, business process outsourcing, and technology.
We represent clients from almost every industry and enterprise, and the firm’s client portfolio includes local and global business leaders. We also act for governmental agencies, international organizations, and non-profit institutions.
SyCipLaw is consistently ranked by renowned legal directories, such as Chambers and Partners and IFLR. Some recent professional awards and recognition received by SyCipLaw include:
• IFLR1000 2019 Awards – Top Tier Philippine Law Firm in the areas of Banking, Capital Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions, Project Development, Project Finance, Restructuring and Insolvency
• Chambers Asia-Pacific Awards 2018 – Philippine Law Firm of the Year
• The 2018 Asia IP Awards – Winner, Philippine Patents
Recent Firm News & Legal Updates
If your organization is involved in a merger, World Law Group’s (WLG) Merger Control Guide 2020 could be helpful in providing a first, fast overview of merger control rules in 91 jurisdictions world-wide. In addition to the printed booklet, there is an electronic version available (coming soon!).
Member firm recognized in several categories at the 4th Annual Asian Legal Business Philippine Law Awards, held on November 22 at the Makati Shangri-La in Manila.
Revenue Regulations (“RR”) No. 4-2019, which will implement the provisions on tax amnesty on delinquencies under Republic Act No. 11213 (“Tax Amnesty Act”), will take effect on April 24, 2019.