Ruling ng Makati RTC pabor kay Delfin Lee, hinarang ng Court of Appeals
admin • April 4, 2013 • 3544
FILE PHOTO: Globe Asiatique President Delfin Lee (UNTV News)
MANILA, Philippines – Pinigil ng Court of Appeals (CA) ang ruling ng Makati Regional Trial Court na pumapabor kay Globe Asiatique President Delfin Lee.
Nagpalabas ang CA ng temporary restraining order (TRO) laban sa desisyon ng Makati RTC na payagan ang inihaing kasong sibil ni Lee laban sa Pag-ibig Fund.
Ayon sa Court of Appeals, kapag hindi pinigilan ang desisyon ng Makati RTC ay lalong malalagay sa hindi patas na posisyon ang Pag-ibig at magdudulot ng malaking pinsala hindi lamang sa institusyon kundi maging sa publiko.
Binigyang-pansin din ng CA ang pagbababa ng desisyon ng mababang korte nang walang pormal na presentasyon ng mga ebidensya. (UNTV News)
MANILA, Philippines – The Judicial and Bar Council on Thursday announced it has extended the application period for several vacant positions in the Court of Appeals (CA), and other courts.
In an advisory, the JBC said it moved the deadline from August 25 to September 25 following requests for extension of the deadline of submission of documents owing to the difficulty in securing documents in view of the imposition of modified enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila and nearby provinces.
Metro Manila and the provinces of Bulacan, Rizal, Laguna, and Cavite were placed under MECQ from August 4 to 18. It has now shifted to general community quarantine status.
The JBC said there are job openings in the CA, Sandiganbayan, Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) as well as in the Legal Education Board.
CA vacancies are for the positions left by Justices Rodil Zalameda, Edgardo Delos Santos, Mario Lopez, and Samuel Gaerlan who were appointed to the Supreme Court; Justices Luisa Padilla and Jane Aurora Lantion who compulsorily retired in January 2020.
The opening in Sandiganbayan is for the position left by the late Justice Reynaldo Cruz, while the CTA vacancies are for the positions formerly held by retired Justices Cielito Mindaro-Grulla and Esperanza Fabon-Victorino.
The JBC also said applications are also open for several positions in the Legal Education Board.
The council reminded applicants to access the online application scheduler in its website on or before August 25 to register and selected the date they will submit their documents.
Applicants must also submit the complete and accurate digitized versions of their documents through electronic mail on their selected date and time of appointment in the scheduler.
The submission of hard copies of documentary requirements, however, is suspended until further notice, the JBC said.
MANILA, Philippines – The Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) has announced the opening of applications or recommendations for positions at the Supreme Court (SC) and the Court of Appeals (CA).
In an announcement posted on SC Public Information Office’s Twitter account, the JBC said applicants who will be selected in the process will occupy the position to be vacated by SC Associate Justice Jose Reyes Jr., who will retire on September 18, and former CA Presiding Justice Romeo Barza, who retired on August 2, 2019.
In its advisory, the JBC said interested applications must visit its official website, and access the online application scheduler.
After filling out the computer-generated letter of intent, they must submit it along with the documentary requirements to this JBC e-mail on the selected date and time of appointment in the online application scheduler.
The JBC emphasized that the digitized versions of the letter of intent they will submit must be “complete” and “accurate.”
“The documentary requirements should be in Portable Document Format (PDF) and e-mailed in a single file only, following the order of documents as enumerated in the Announcement posted on the JBC website,” it said.
“The date of actual receipt of the complete documentary requirements (sent through e-mail) shall be deemed as the date of filing,” it added.
The JBC further said that applicants are also required to submit two complete sets of the documentary requirements through courier service not later than 4:30 p.m. of July 7, 2020 to its office along Padre Faura Street in Manila.
It warned that applicants who will fail to comply with the requirements of online and physical submission of the documentary requirements will not be considered for nomination.
The JBC likewise announced it has set on May 28 at 10 a.m. an online public interview of candidates for the SC Associate Justice position vacated by former Associate Justice Andres Reyes Jr., who compulsorily retired on May 11, 2020.
The candidates are as follows:
Ramon Bato Jr.
The JBC said that the following are also candidates for the said judicial position, but whose previous interviews are still valid:
Jose Midas Marquez
Eduardo Peralta Jr.
The JBC is a constitutional office that accepts, screens, and nominates appointments to the judiciary.
It will then submit a list of nominees to President Rodrigo Duterte for selection, and whoever is appointed will complete the membership in the SC composed of 15 justices.
MANILA, Philippines — The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) advises media giant ABS-CBN to appeal for a temporary restraining order (TRO) with the Supreme Court (SC) to resume broadcast on TV and radio after its shutdown on Tuesday evening (May 5).
According to NTC Deputy Commissioner Edgardo Cabarios, a TRO is ABS-CBN’s potential remedy for now to stop the cease and desist order issued by the agency after the network’s franchise lapsed on May 4.
“If they get the TRO then they can resume operation,” Cabarios said.
The NTC explained that only the Congress has the power to grant a franchise to media networks in the country.
“Section 1 kasi ng Act 3846 ay klaro na kung wala kang congressional franchise, you cannot operate radio broadcasting stations, [Section 1 of Republic Act 3846 is clear, without congressional franchise you cannot operate radio broadcasting stations],” the NTC official said.
Cabarios clarified, however, that ABS-CBN programs may still be aired on other platforms.
“Pwede sa online, Internet, pwede ring cable television or pwede ring sa ibang radio and television stations na mayroon valid franchise at authority from the Commission [They can go online, they may use the Internet or other cable, radio or television stations that have valid franchise and authority from the Commission],” he noted.
Meanwhile, the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines condemned the NTC’s action saying it was an attack on press freedom.
“The cease and desist order issued by the NTC against ABS-CBN is a deplorable assault on free press that further reveals that this administration is more interested in restricting basic freedoms than in containing a pandemic,” the group said in a statement.
The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) noted the importance of the media’s role in democracy.
“Gusto lang natin na ma-tackle ito, ma-deliberate ito, [We want this tackled and deliberated],” argued CHR spokesperson, Atty. Jacqueline De Guia.
“Kasi ang isa sa mga suliranin sa kasong ito ay hindi nagkakaroon ng tamang pagdinig doon sa issue na kinakaharap para sa pagre-renew ng franchise, [One of the problems in this case is the lack of deliberation on the franchise renewal]” she concluded. MNP (with details from Rey Pelayo)
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