A&T Law was founded by reliable and dynamic attorneys who are passionate practitioners and scholars of the law. Our lawyers thrive in accomplishing great things as a team. As pioneers and agents of change, they concentrate on presenting our clients with modern and innovative strategies for their legal problems. We want our clients to focus on their business ventures, profession, and occupation and to entrust their legal concerns to us. Prior to setting up A&T Law, our Filipino lawyers were able to handle a lot of legal matters when they were still working as associate lawyers of private law offices. They learned from the best lawyers in the Philippines.
Our attorneys in the Philippines have a solid understanding of the law, but they will never be self-satisfied. Thus, even with our attorneys’ training and education, our clients can expect that even the smallest details of their legal matters will be given sufficient attention. Our caring Philippine lawyers recognize each client's unique circumstances. They offer fair and flexible fees suited for a client's specific requirements. When clients visit our law office in Quezon City, Philippines, they meet not just our lawyers and attorneys, but also the people who defend and uphold their rights.
A&T Law’s legal counsels and advisers are efficient, hands-on, transparent, and responsive hard-workers who trailblaze excellence in the field of law.
Atty. Reginald M. Arceo has provided legal services and counsel to growing and established businesses, individuals, and professionals. His practice areas focus mainly on corporate, competition law and anti-trust, immigration, real estate, family law, and commercial and civil litigation.
Atty. Arceo was a bar topnotcher, placing 4th in the Philippine Bar Examinations. He is a member of the Bulacan Chapter of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines. Before establishing his law office in Quezon City, Atty. Arceo was taught and trained by some of the best lawyers in the Philippines.
Atty. Arceo was an associate attorney at Puyat Jacinto & Santos Law Offices (PJS Law) in Rockwell Center, Makati City, where he was involved in the firm’s corporate, banking and finance, foreign investments, competition law and anti-trust, energy, real estate, litigation, and labor practices. He then served as a court attorney at the Sandiganbayan, the special graft and corruption court of the Philippines. Furthermore, he was a legal apprentice at the Angara Abello Concepcion Regala & Cruz Law Offices (ACCRA Law) in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City and the Sycip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan Law Offices (Sycip Law) in Makati City. These law offices are some of the top law firms in the Philippines.
Atty. Arceo received his Juris Doctor degree, Second Honors, from the Ateneo de Manila University Law School in Rockwell Center, Makati City, and was part of the top six of his graduating class. While in law school, he was a scholar of the Ateneo Law Scholarship Foundation and the Roberto “Bobby” Gana Scholarship Foundation. He also volunteered as a paralegal for the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board in Quezon City.
Prior to law school, Atty. Arceo obtained his bachelor of arts degree in Public Administration from the National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG), University of the Philippines – Diliman, Quezon City, where he was a university and college scholar. He had his internship at the Land Registration Authority in Quezon City.
Atty. Arceo was awarded by the Provincial Government of Bulacan a Special Citation in the Field of Law during the 2016 Gintong Kabataan Awards. He also received the Gawad Bunying Abogadong Bulakenyo by the Integrated Bar of the Philippines – Bulacan Chapter.
Currently, Atty. Arceo is also a lecturer at the Tarlac State University School of Law and director of Farmers Savings and Loan Bank, Inc. and Emerald Rural Bank, Inc., both under the Ropali Group of Companies.
Atty. Tandoc has represented clients involved in administrative, criminal, civil, labor, and commercial cases. He has appeared before the different quasi-judicial agencies and regular courts in the Philippine judicial system.
He regularly provides legal advice to various companies, individuals, and politicians. Aside from his success in litigating numerous cases, he was able to enter into out-of-court compromise agreements and settlements that benefitted the Firm’s clients.
Atty. Tandoc is committed to providing A&T Law Firm’s clients with efficient, responsive, transparent, and hands-on representation and counselling.
Atty. Tandoc is a member of the Pangasinan Chapter of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines.
Before having his own law office in Quezon City, Atty. Tandoc worked at the Pasiliao Law Office in Lingayen, Pangasinan. He was a college professor at the University of Luzon in Dagupan City, Pangasinan and an instructor at the Hilkan Montessori School, also in Pangasinan.
Atty. Tandoc obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the Ateneo de Manila University Law School in Rockwell Center, Makati City, where he was taught by some of the best lawyers in the Philippines. In law school, he was a Dean’s Lister and a scholarship grantee of the Ateneo Law Scholarship Foundation. An environmental advocate, he was a former vice-president of the Environmental Law Society of Ateneo de Manila Law School.
Previous to law school, Atty. Tandoc completed his bachelor of arts degree, major in Philosophy (Pre-divinity) at the Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Schools in Quezon City.
Atty. Balmoja is a seasoned litigator who has extensive experience in corporate, civil, family law, immigration, criminal, administrative, and labor matters before judicial, quasi-judicial, and administrative bodies such as the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, trial courts, arbitral tribunals, Securities and Exchange Commission, Bureau of Immigration, Department of Trade and Industry, National Labor Relations Commission, Department of Justice, Insurance Commission, Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board, and Intellectual Property Office.
Atty. Balmoja is often invited to conduct various lectures and seminars to the Philippine National Police, Local Government Units, and educational institutions. He also acted as counsel for many politicians in the past local and national elections.
After receiving his bachelor of science degree in Business Economics from the University of the Philippines, Atty. Balmoja worked at the Development Bank of the Philippines. He then acquired his Juris Doctor degree from the Bulacan State University in Malolos City, Bulacan, where he was a scholar and active student leader of several organizations.
Atty. Balmoja previously worked as an associate at the Rivera and Rivera Law Offices in Angeles City, Pampanga, where he was exposed to diverse areas of law practice. He also had a stint as the General Corporate Counsel of MVP Asia Pacific, Inc. in Clark Freeport Zone.