Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert serves the Hawaii business community with the connections and capabilities of an international practice, holding the highest standards for business law and commercial litigation. We are the sole Hawaii firm that is part of the Meritas network of more than 170 independent law firms in at least 60 countries.
Our practice groups include Appellate, Bankruptcy & Creditor’s Rights, Business & Commercial Law, Dispute Resolution, Estate Planning, Family Law, Immigration & Naturalization, Insurance and Real Estate & Construction.
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Damon Key’s Anna Oshiro and Sara Coes were featured in our recent spot in Pacific Business News.
Damon Key attorney Mark M. Murakami was interviewed on KHON TV-2 for the evening news for the report “HECO raises concerns over critical, unresolved issues for rail.” Damon Key represents many property owners in eminent domain and related issues related to the rail project.Read more
Megan L.M. Lim recently joined Damon Key in our Estate Planning practice group. Megan grew up in Honolulu surrounded by a large extended family, and she is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Law. Prior to joining Damon Key, Megan was an Associate in the Tax, Estate Planning, and Wealth Management practice group at a Honolulu law firm.
Damon Key’s Kelly Morikone and Megumi Honami recently presented a seminar at the Hawaii Senior Life Enrichment Association. HISLEA is a Hawaii/Japan non-profit organization with about 800+ members mostly 55+ retired seniors that travel back and forth between Japan and Hawaii that focus on an active senior life. This February 11, 2016 session discussed long-term stays in Hawaii.Read more
Here’s the Winter/Spring 2016 edition of the Legal Alert. With stories on disclosure requirements in commercial property sales, BE-13 foreign investments, a pending Supreme Court election case, Accessory Dwelling Units, and more.Read more