Co-founded by the late former Solicitor General, Atty. Frank Chavez — who emerged as one of the foremost and fearless lawyers in this country until his demise in September 2013 — the CHAVEZ MIRANDA ASEOCHE LAW OFFICES (“CMA Law”) has been known for its courageous and zealous advocacy of the causes of its clients.
The firm used to be known as CHAVEZ LAURETA DIPLOMA LAW OFFICES and was established in August 1992. Shortly thereafter, Attys. Chavez and Jose C. Laureta renamed the firm CHAVEZ LAURETA AND ASSOCIATES. With the retirement of Atty. Laureta in August 2001 and the elevation of Attys. Buenaventura B. Miranda and Luis Angel G. Aseoche as name partners, the firm became known as the CHAVEZ MIRANDA ASEOCHE LAW OFFICES (“CMA Law”) beginning January 1, 2004.
CMA Law specializes in litigation. It handles criminal and civil cases, administrative cases, intra-corporate cases, land registration cases, domestic relations cases, labor disputes, tax cases, government procurement projects, and construction arbitration.
Apart from litigation, CMA Law likewise renders corporate services, such as incorporation of foreign and local entities before the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and representations in various government agencies such as the Department of Labor, the Department of National Defense (DND), the National Telecommunication Commission (NTC), Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), etc.
The firm’s attorneys come from elite law schools such as the University of the Philippines and the Ateneo de Manila University, and are members in good standing of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP).