What’s going on right now with price gouging in the state of Hawaii is a crime.
No really. It’s a crime.
Price gouging is unconscionable in the face of natural disasters such as Hurricane Iselle. We all understand mark-ups and the [...]
Homelessness is a national problem and a horrific issue. The competing interests of being my brother’s keeper and taking care of my family create hard choices. Anyone with a heart who enters Kaka’ako sees homeless families with smiling, playing children. How horrible must the alternative be [...]
“We can and should do better. But “doing better” doesn’t mean simply focusing on social services and systemic reforms and ignoring the need for punishment. It means using punishment intelligently, which means using it as sparingly as possible but also as much as necessary.”
What I’m talking about is a petition by the Pacific Alliance to Stop Slavery, read it first here: http://www.change.org/petitions/pass-safe-harbor-end-demand-for-prostitution-laws-in-hawaii. Read that first [...]
Since I’ve gone into private practice I’ve been lucky enough to participate in all different types of judicial/non-judicial hearings. I’ve done negotiations, the national TTAB, Federal Court, and military court. One of my first cases as a private attorney involved a family involved [...]