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Judiciary Watch

SC Approves Aid For Employees Who Contracted, Died Of Covid-19

The Supreme Court (SC) approved financial assistance for court officials and employees who needed in-patient treatment or hospitalization. From March 2020 until the end of the pandemic, the assistance will cover those who sought treatment as well as those who died.

SC Orders ‘NCR Plus’ Courts Closed March 25-26

The Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday announced the physical closure of courts in the National Capital Region and the nearby provinces included in the bubble.

SC Reorganizes 3 Divisions As Lopez Assumes Post

The Supreme Court announced the reorganization of its three divisions and the designation of chairpersons and members following the entry of its newest member, Associate Justice Jhosep Lopez.

SC Junks Suit Seeking To Void Duterte Youth Proclamation

The Supreme Court dismissed the petition filed by a number of individuals questioning the legality of the Commission on Elections' ruling in favor of the Duterte Youth Party-list.

SC Confirms Chief Justice’s Plan To Retire Early

Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta is considering to bow out of the service a year ahead of his mandatory retirement.

SC: 4-Day Work Week In PH Courts Starts Dec. 1

Heads up! The Supreme Court will now operate for 4 days a week.

SC Reprimands Ex-Gov’t Corporate Counsel Jurado

The Supreme Court has reprimanded former Government Corporate Counsel Rudolf Philip B. Jurado in an administrative complaint filed against him two years ago.

SC To Tackle Manila Bay Rehab Case Nov. 3

Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta and other Supreme Court officials inspected the Manila Bay on Wednesday morning to see the progress of its rehabilitation in connection with a case pending before the tribunal.

SC Reorganizes Memberships Of 3 Divisions

The Supreme Court implements a reorganization of its three divisions following the appointment of Associate Justice Ricardo Rosario.

CA Junks Suit Filed By Customs Exec Accused Of Corruption

The Court of Appeals dismisses for lack of merit a petition filed by Bureau of Customs official Teodoro Jumamil questioning his suspension by the Office of the Ombudsman.

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