LUISITO “KUYA LOUIE” REDOBLE is a lawyer, certified public accountant, real estate broker, educator and community organizer with a heart for public service. He is a firm believer of community volunteerism and social entrepreneurship as the key to uplifting the marginalized sector in our society.
His over three decades of professional experience and practical knowledge in commercial laws and business insights makes him an invaluable business partner for his clientele. His areas of practice include Fraud Audit, Tax Advisory, Corporate Housekeeping, Commercial Laws, Succession and Estate Planning, and Land Disputes.
He is a senior partner at the Baltazar Redoble & Temprosa Law Offices where they specialize in commercial laws and their best application in business, corporate and taxation laws, civil cases, land dispute cases and labor cases. At the same time, he is a senior partner at the Isidro Redoble and Associates, a general professional partnership of Certified Public Accountants specializing in external auditing, tax practice and management advisory services for businesses.
As a passionate educator, he is serving as senior part-time professional faculty at the De La Salle-College of St. Benilde’s School of Management and Information Technology. He has been teaching Commercial Laws, Taxation and Accounting to undergraduate business students since 2014.
On top of his professional duties, he is a kind-hearted community organizer in Las Pinas City. He is the founder-organizer of the Las Pinas Tricycle Operators and Drivers (TODA) Savings and Credit Cooperative and Las Pinas Tricycle Operators and Drivers (TODA) Consumers Cooperative whose mission is to alleviate the plight of ordinary Las Pinyero community workers from loan sharks or 5-6 lending operators.
He stands as the Financial and Legal Adviser of the Cooperatives. He also offers pro-bono legal consultancy services to the marginalized community workers in Las Pinas City.
His first taste of public service was when he served as Barangay Kagawad of Barangay 409, Sampaloc, Manila in 1998 to 2003. He won the seat while living as a bed-spacer cum boarder in a cramped district in Sampaloc, Manila, being a migrant worker from Cebu and as a neophyte Certified Public Accountant seeking a greener pasture in the metropolis.
Is there a way out of the darkness? Where and how do we begin?