• Groundbreaking for law firm’s future home


    Becky Garcia

    The Del Rosario & Del Rosario Law Offices, one of the most respected and highly trusted law firms in the country is all geared up for its new home as it recently held a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the construction of the Del Rosario Law Building.

    Under the effective leadership of its brilliant managing partners, brothers Arturo del Rosario Jr. and Ruben del Rosario, the unforgettable day for the firm was attended by the partners’ families and construction partners. Among those who graced the ceremony were C-E Construction Corp.’s President and General Manager Johnny Tan and Integral Tech’s engineer Benjamin Sythay.

    The Del Rosario Law Building, designed by architect Edward Co Tan and set to rise at the bustling Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City, will soon be the new haven for the law firm which was founded by Arturo del Rosario Sr., the country’s grandfather of maritime law.

    Considered as one of the Philippines’ top firms in the field of law, the Del Rosario & Del Rosario Law Offices which was first known for its expertise in handling maritime issues has expanded its excellence in other matters such as insurance, litigation, intellectual property and immigration.

    With the ground-breaking ceremony of their new building, the firm is all gearing up for a brighter future.

    Meanwhile, the sales and marketing team of Plantation Bay Resort and Spa stayed in Japan for two weeks to promote the tranquil surroundings and thrilling adventures in the first-class resort located in Mactan Island, Cebu. The genial General Manager Efren Belarmino led the delegation as they traveled to four cities, namely Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka.

    Plantation Bay hosted an appreciation night in each city and invited the Department of Tourism Japan, travel agencies and media partners. Much applauded were the showcase of dances performed by the talented resort staff—from the highly popular dinner shows with exciting themes such as Hawaiian Luau, Brazilian Fever, Sahara Nights, Viva España, Rockin’ USA and our very own Filipino Fiesta.


    Please follow our commenting guidelines.

    Comments are closed.