Anton Peter Gustav C. Ingles is currently the most senior Associate of ILC Law having been admitted to the Bar in 2005.
Within the Firm, AG currently handles litigation matters with a focus on labor and civil cases.
In 2004, he obtained his law degree (Juris Doctor) from the Ateneo De Manila School of Law.
In 2000, he obtained his diploma in Japanese Language and Culture from the Philippine Institute of Japanese Language and Culture.
In 1999, he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the Ateneo de Manila College of Arts & Sciences.
In 2017, he obtained his certification as a Singapore Institute of Arbitrators Fellow.
He is currently on the Board of various companies either as Corporate Secretary or Director. He was also formerly on the Board of a well-known academic institution.
Over the years he successfully litigated and appeared in civil cases from the Municipal Trial Court / Regional Trial Court level and labor cases from the Labor Arbiter level all the way up to the Supreme Court.
On occasion, he has also practiced criminal law sometimes representing the Firm’s clients either as the accused or as the private complainant. In the course of such criminal law practice, he has dealt directly with and appeared before the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Philippine National Police (PNP) and the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG).
He has also handled a case for the Writ of Habeas Corpus representing a drug rehabilitation center as a client.
Recently, he is handling a case for the Appointment of Judicial Guardian over a person with disability.
Also recently, he has forayed into cybercrime law practice, actively assisting a client before the National Bureau of Investigation (NB) and preparing/ filing the necessary pleadings required for the case.
While still actively pursuing court cases when the need arises, he has likewise performed and continues to perform legal work by way of:
· assisting clients in the preparation of documents required for due process prior to suspension or termination of their employees;
· attending administrative due process hearings with clients for their employees faced with possible suspension or termination;
· assisting clients in responding to the Department of Labor and Employment’s (DOLE‘s) exercises of its Visitorial & Enforcement power on labor standards;
· reviewing and/or preparing various contracts and agreements covering a wide range of topics for clients; and
· (under a client’s express instructions) negotiating directly with said clients’ employees with a view to prevent unnecessary litigation or put an amicable end to those already existing.