2019 BAR EXAMINATIONS POLITICAL AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

Source: Lawphil PART I Note: As stated in the Instructions, Part I covers problem sets labelled A.1. to A.10. All answers to these questions should be written in Booklet I. A.1. Define the following terms: (a) Jus cogens (2%) (b) Principle of double criminality (2%) (c) Act of State doctrine (2%) (d) Precautionary principle (2%) A.2. Under the United Nations Convention on the... Continue Reading →

Case Digests and Doctrines for IP Law Introduction

1. PEARL & DEAN vs. SHOEMART, INC. [G.R. No. 148222. August 15, 2003] CORONA, J (RTC- respondent shoemart liable for infringement) (CA- decision was reversed means not liable) (SC- certiorari) FACTS: Pearl & Dean was able to acquire copyrights over the designs of the display units called “light boxes”. In 1988, their trademark application for “Poster... Continue Reading →

WHAT ARE MIRANDA RIGHTS AND HOW IT STARTED

Miranda Rights is a constitutional privilege and must be performed during an arrest. The accused has the right to remain silent and can request a legal counsel on his behalf. Anything he says can be used against him. If he cannot provide an attorney he will be given one.

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