Find out why the Supreme Court pierced the corporate veil in this case.
Note the significance of the company-designated physician’s duty to provide a final and definite medical assessment.
Did the Supreme Court sustain the computation of separation pay and backwages of this employee who was illegally dismissed then rehired by the same employer?
In justifying their act of blocking the gates of the employer, the strikers stated that they did so only for collective self-defense because the guards of the employer used unnecessary force in dispersing them. Was this justification accepted by the Court?
In the exercise of the visitorial and enforcement power under Article 128 of the Labor Code of the Philippines, does the Department of Labor and Employment have authority to accept an appeal under a reduced bond?
Find out why the Supreme Court gave the employees another chance to present their case.
The Supreme Court took judicial notice of food provisions on a ship which are produced at one time for long journeys across the oceans and seas.
Will the failure to implead the seafarer’s surviving legitimate spouse result in the dismissal of a complaint for death benefits?
Would a guarded prognosis and suggested disability grading constitute a valid disability assessment?
Can a director of a dissolved corporation be held solidarily liable for its unremitted Social Security System contributions?