BGC Law Office at the Fort (Philippines)


8th Avenue corner 38th Street, Unit 10-W South Tower, One Uptown Residence, Uptown Bonifacio, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig,Metro Manila


From October 2006 to May 2010, Atty. Bryant G. Casiw worked with SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan Law Firm where he practised b anking, finance and securities, corporate and commercial law, special projects , taxation, litigation and arbitration, intellectual property, immi gration, labor and employment. From June 2010 to July 2013, he worked with Quisumbing Torres (the Philippine Member Firm of Baker & McKenzie International Law Firm ) as part of its Banking and Finance Practice Group. He also advised the British Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines on various corporate issues and operational concerns. From August 2013 to present, he is the Managing Partner of BGC Law Office based in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Concurrently, he serves as a project consultant of OLLI Consulting Group, Inc. based in Makati City, Philippines.


Established in 2013


Alternative Dispute Resolution and Arbitration
Banking and Finance
Civil litigation
Corporate and Business Law
Corporate litigation
Criminal litigation
Intellectual Property
Labor and Employment
Local Government, Election and Administrative Law
Naturalization and Immigration


Bryant G. Casiw is a Philippine - based lawyer and business consultant with ten (10) years of experience. Bryant finished B.A. Public Administration (Cum Laude and College Salutatorian) and Bachelor of Laws (Top 13 of his Batch, and Order of the Purple Feather Honor Society Member), both at the University of the Philippines Diliman. He also pursued post-graduate studies in Political Science and Southeast Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore graduating First Honors and C lass Valedictorian.

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