Mickey Ingles writes about RA10699 and how it unwittingly discriminates against athletes-with-disabilities.
by: Mickey Ingles (originally published on Spin.ph) YESTERDAY, Hidilyn Diaz stepped into the Tokyo International Forum with the weight of the country on her shoulders. A few hours later, she stepped out, the country’s first ever Olympic gold medal hanging on her neck, a huge smile on her face, with the cheers of an entire…
Mickey Ingles explains maximum benefits and incentives for student-athletes under the SAPA.
Mickey Ingles discusses game-fixing and the law punishing it.
Mickey Ingles discusses the painful truth of collectibles and taxes.
JD Garcia, with the help of the IP Code, exorcises the Satan Shoes controversy.
Trinca Diploma explores the legalities of responsible fandom.
Mickey Ingles gives a primer on Philippine citizenship in light of Ange Kouame and Bienve Maranon’s citizenship bills.
by: Mickey Ingles (originally published on Spin.ph) DIEGO Armando Maradona could’ve been Filipino. He had our height. He had our frame. He had our hair. He even had our smile. I grew up watching highlights of Maradona. There was no YouTube then. Just grainy videos downloaded off Limewire. People talk about Maradona as the ‘hand…
Mickey Ingles give some handy tips for athlete-advocates/activists.
Mickey Ingles explains the process to protect Filipino imports abroad.
Mickey Ingles provides a legal checklist to avoid bubble trouble.