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, Immigration & Naturalization, Insurance and Real Estate & Construction.
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Damon Key welcomes our newest lawyer to the firm’s Estate Planning Practice Group, Madeleine M. V. Young. More about her here.Read more
On Friday, September 27, 2013, Diane D. Hastert was honored at the 10th All-Class Reunion of the University of Hawaii Law School. Diane (Williams S. Richardson School of Law ‘78) was named the Dean’s Alumna of the Year.Read more
We kicked off our second law film festival, “Let’s Film All The Lawyers,” which we sponsor with the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Doris Duke Theatre, on Saturday, September 14, 2013. We started the day with a well-attended 1 pm screening of “Hannah Arendt,” the Hawaii premiere of the award-winning biopic about the controversial German-Jewish philosopher who covered the war crimes trial of Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem. We continued the day with the Opening Night reception (photos here), and an evening screening of Hannah Arendt. Great audiences attended each screening. On Sunday, September 15, 2013, we continue with a 4pm screening of the classic “12 Angry Men,” followed at 7:30pm showing of the new classic “My Cousin Vinny.” The festival continues the following week, and wraps on Friday, September 20, 2013. For more, visit the Festival’s web site www.lawinfilm.com.Read more
Everyday life is complicated. When we are incapacitated or die, someone has to unravel the puzzles we have created. It can be heartbreaking, time consuming and expensive. Diane D. Hastert has compiled a checklist to help you avoid the disarray.Read more