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- Tred Eyerly: Solutions to Insurance Puzzles
- David McCauley on KHON-2 on Immigration Law
- Kelly Uwaine to Serve on American Immigration Lawyers Association’s National USCIS Field Operations Committee
- Chris Kubota to Speak on “Building a Successful International Career,” Friday, June 2, 2017
- Damon Key’s Douglas Smith on KHON on Estate and Tax Planning (5-3-2017)
Law blogs by Damon Key attorneys:
- inversecondemnation.com – Robert Thomas’s blog on property rights, eminent domain, and Hawaii land use law
- hawaiioceanlaw.com – Mark Murakami’s blog about maritime and ocean law
- hawaiiconstructionlaw.com – Anna Oshiro’s blog on all aspects of Construction law: defects, insurance, surety, and arbitration
- hawaii-immigrationlawyer.com – David McCauley’s blog on Immigration & Naturalization law.
- insurancelawhawaii.com – where Tred Eyerly’s blogs about legal topics relating to insurance law – selected as one of LexisNexis’ Top 50 Blogs for Insurance
Recent Blog Posts
- Hawaii Aquarium Fish Permit Triggering Environmental Review – Oral Argument
- Montana: Inverse Condemnation Jury Instructions Were Bad, But No-Harm, No-Foul
- Subcontractor’s Faulty Workmanship Is Not an “Occurrence”
- Hawaii Supreme Court: Election Law Appeal Timely Brought When Mailed
- U.S. District Court Allows An Unlicensed Subcontractor To Pursue A Civil Action