Tag Archive: Ferdinand Marcos

Republic of the Philippines v. Marcos – Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR)

https://ccrjustice.org/home/what-we-do/our-cases/republic-philippines-v-marcos On February 25, 1986, Ferdinand Marcos and his party fled the Philippines, thereby ending his twenty-year dictatorship. Seventy-two hours later, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) was retained by the new government to recover any of the Marcos regime’s…
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In Re Human Rights Litigation Against the Estate of Ferdinand Marcos – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket 1994-1995

In a class action brought in the federal district court in Hawaii, a jury found the Estate of Ferdinand Marcos, the late dic­tator of the Philippines, liable for the deaths, disappearances and torture of thousands of Filipinos during his regime….
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In re Human Rights Litigation Against the Estate of Ferdinand Marcos -International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket Spring 1994

In a class action brought in the federal disrict court in Hawaii, a jury found the Estate of Ferdinand Marcos, the late dic­tator of the Philippines, liable for the deaths, disappearances and torture of thousands of Filipinos during his regime. During the…
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Republic of the Philippines v. Marcos – International Human Rights and Solidarity – CCR Docket 1987-1988

On February 25, 1986, Ferdinand Marcos and his party fled the Philippines, thereby ending his twenty-year dictatorship. Sev­enty-two hours later, CCR attorneys were retained by the new government to recover any of the illegally amassed booty hidden in the United…
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Republic of the Philippines v. Marcos (New York) (New Jersey) (Texas) and In the Matter of the Republic of the Philippines for an Order of Discovery (New York) – International Law – CCR Docket 1986-1987 – 20th Anniversary

On February 25, 1986, Ferdinand Marcos and his party fled the Philippines, thereby ending his twenty-year dictatorship. Sev­enty-two hours later, CCR attorneys were retained by the new government to recover any of the illegally amassed booty that could be located…
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