Manila-headquartered boutique firm Gulapa Law has opened an office in Cebu City in the Philippines’ Central Visayas Region. The office will operate under the name Gulapa & Ismael.
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Gulapa & Quicho (Gulapa Law), a boutique law firm headquartered in the Philippines, is set to open a representative office in San Francisco. This is the firm’s second presence outside the Philippines – as well as the second office in the U.S. – after New York City.
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Manila-based boutique Gulapa Law Office (G-Law) has opened a satellite office in Manhattan, New York City, through its affiliate Gulapa & Baclay.