Atty. Rashel Ann C. Pomoy is a Partner with more than six years of experience in litigation and dispute resolution. She is a member of the Firm’s Labor Group and Arbitration Practice Group.
Her noted representations with the Firm include securing back-to-back multi-million arbitral awards in domestic construction and international commercial arbitration; causing the dismissal of multiple cases filed against the Firm’s clients with the Office of the Ombudsman and the Sandiganbayan; appearing as counsel for an heir in, arguably, the largest estate settlement case in the Philippines; and working with foreign counsel to have a case filed in New York against one of the biggest Philippine banks thrown out of court.
Rashel has extensive experience litigating single and multi-plaintiff cases before the National Labor Relations Commission. She also renders advisory work on employment concerns of various multi-national corporations and works closely with law firms in other jurisdictions.
She has written in a variety of legal publications particularly the Law Reviews and The Legal 500, and has conducted various seminars in labor and employment in the Philippines and abroad. She has also taught remedial law and civil law at the Centro Escolar University.
Rashel is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a member of the Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration, the Philippine Dispute Resolution Center, Inc. and the Philippine Institute of Arbitrators.
She obtained her law degree from the University of the Philippines with a Dean’s Medal, and completed her undergraduate degree in Philosophy at the same university as magna cum laude.