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FERIA TANTOCO DAOS LAW OFFICES CELEBRATES ITS 97TH YEAR
On January 11, 2021, Feria Law celebrated its 97th year of existence. Feria Law was founded by Felicisimo R. Feria, who became an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and Gabriel La’O, then Dean of the College of Law of the University of Sto. Tomas. The torch was passed on to Jose Y. Feria, also a former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.
Today, the firm is ably led by its Senior Partner, Jose A. Feria, Jr., Managing Partner, Michael B. Tantoco and Name Partner, Ronald Mark S. Daos.
The Firm avows its continuing commitment to its values of professionalism, fairness, and integrity for the greater glory of God.
To all Feria lawyers and staff, past and present, we thank you for your invaluable contributions to an enduring legacy. You shall always remain part of the Feria family.
To our valued clients, we truly thank you for the many decades of continued support entrusted to us. We hope to continue partnering with you for centuries to come.
Onward to the next 97 years and beyond!
To our valued clients, We hope you are well and in the best of health in these challenging times. Due to the continuous changes in community quarantine measures being imposed in Metro Manila and in an effort to ensure everyone’s safety, our lawyers and office personnel may not be physically present in the office everyday. […]
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