PJS Law is one of the country's leading law firms in the field of mergers and acquisitions (M&A).

Acting for both the buyer and seller sides of various undertakings, our team has earned the respect of both peers and clients for its industry-specific capabilities, thorough documentation, and comprehensive analysis of issues that are critical to the transaction at hand. Our areas of expertise include cross-border and domestic M&A, joint ventures, equity investments and divestments, privitization and the acquisition of non-performing assets.

Meanwhile, our complete range of legal services in corporate and commercial law continues to provide the foundation for our collective transactional experience — from standard corporate housekeeping requirements to extensive due diligence work in relation to mergers and acquisitions, from simple contract drafting to the structuring of foreign investments, from registering a local business to obtaining government permits and qualifying clients for incentives and economic zone accreditations.

Cited by Corporate INTL as 'Corporate Law Firm of the Year,' we are your partners for growth and expansion in the Philippines.


  • We successfully represented the Universal Robina Corporation in its joint venture with Japan's largest snack food company, Calbee, Inc. Likewise, we also assisted URC in the negotiation and financial close on the additional investments of Nissin Foods Holdings, Co., Ltd. of Japan in Nissin-URC — the joint venture company of these two entities.
  • For the EGCO Group, one of Thailand's largest power generation companies, we assisted in the acquisition of a 41% indirect interest in the 630MW Masinloc Coal Power Plant, thereby expanding its presence in the Philippines' energy generation market.
  • We advise one of the country's largest food manufacturing companies in the matter of corporate restructuring and tax efficient alternatives for the spin-off and transfer of business.
  • The firm represented NiHAO Mineral Resources International, Inc. and its operating company, Geogen Corporation, in relation to Nickel Asia Corporation's buy out of NiHAO's equity interest in the Isabela Nickel project.