Rodolfo G. Tuazon, Jr.

Mr. Tuazon is a leading light in the field of Renewable Energy. As a tech consultant for regulators, he draws on a wealth of experience in the accreditation, registration, management, funding and/or overall oversight of various power plants with the Department of Energy (DOE).

Mr. Tuazon has represented foreign and local clients before the Intellectual Property Office, National Labor Relations Commission, regulatory agencies covering natural resources use, and the trial courts. He regularly advised clients on competition law, licensing requirements, corporate compliance, and investment-related matters on doing business in the Philippines. Clients have come to rely on Mr. Tuazon for assistance in collective bargaining negotiations, labor audits and strategy, as well as the control of illegal strikes.

Clients count on his experience in handling due diligence projects, particularly for mergers and acquisitions, and new mineral exploration and development projects. He advises them on corporate, regulatory, licensing, intellectual property, environmental and labor implications of these transactions.

Mr. Tuazon also draws on experience gathered from working in the country’s Legislature, and is adept in Legislative Monitoring and Advocacy. Especially effective in establishing linkages between private concerns and government regulatory bodies, he currently serves as a consultant in the Department of Environment and Natural Resources


Bachelor of Laws, University of the Philippines, 2003
Bachelor of Science (Business Management), Ateneo De Manila University, 1997


Mining & Natural Resources, Labor, Immigration, Litigation