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A distinguished panel of experts will discuss Hawaii's land court, including a history of the land court, navigating your way though the system, and going into detail for some of the trickier areas. Among other things, the panel will discuss recoding requirements and rejections, encumbrances that must be noted on TCTs and exceptions to the rules, subdivision of land court property, when to petition and when to record, reallocation of common interests in phased condominiums and... Details
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Are civility and zealous advocacy mutually exclusive? What does civility mean? Is a lawyer who practices with civility weak or "soft?" And does practicing with civility make sense?
A distinguished panel of attorneys will discuss the importance of the Guidelines of Professional Courtesy and Civility for Hawai'i Lawyers and how following them can improve your practice, uphold the profession's standards, and benefit your clients.

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In August 2012, the Hawaii district courts implemented mandatory e-filing for all criminal cases. Many training sessions have been held by the judiciary and the HSBA about how to use the e-filing system. Now hear from practitioners, legal staff, and the judiciary about:
- The rules governing e-filing; - The common mistakes practitioners make when e-filing; - How to avoid those mistakes; and - What your legal staff should know about e-filing.
Eventually, civil cases will also... Details
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The right course of action for a lawyer in any given situation is not always obvious or certain. In this three-hour session, panels of seasoned lawyers from a wide range of practice areas will discuss ethical and legal "potholes for the unwary." Fun skits and realistic scenarios will highlight issues of greatest interest to members of the bar. Professor Randall Roth will moderate each panel discussion and encourage audience participation.

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Attorney Stacy Rezentes presents this seminar: Law Firm Document Management. Have you ever wondered what documents you need to retain, and for how long? Or whether it is something that you can permissibly destroy? What are efficient methods of storing documents? These questions and more will be discussed during this three hour seminar.Topics Covered
- Guiding documents: What are the laws and regulations governing document retention and what are the best practices? - What to... Details
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This program will discuss post-arbitration options, expectations, and strategies. Mr. Feeley will discuss the types of arbitration awards in private arbitration and the process that follows a decision.
Several topics will be covered, including:
- When must a challenge be filed? - Who hears an arbitration challenge? - What are the types of challenges? - What are grounds for vacating an award? - And many others.
This seminar is co-sponosored by the HSBA Litigation... Details
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This seminar is for both in-house and outside attorneys. Several years ago, the ACC started a "Value Challenge Initiative" designed to identify key values of in-house counsel in litigation and transactional work. This discussion included the critical issues of budgeting; early case assessment; process management; lean-six sigma(tm) for law departments and law firms; alternate dispute resolution, and alternate fee arrangements. Unfortunately, HI is one of the few states without an... Details
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William S. Richardson School of Law, Professor David Callies, and Director of State Office of Planning, Jesse Souki, will cover recent federal and state case law and legislation affecting land use and planning in Hawaii. Topics will include the recent takings opinion from the US Supreme Court (Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District) and state appellate court decisions related to takings, public trust doctrine, and historic preservation.

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Interested in learning about social security law? Having trouble navigating the system? Social security law experts Frank Ury and Danielle Beaver will provide a thorough introduction to practicing in the social security arena. Learn the best practices on advising and managing your clients in this important area of law.
Mr. Ury is regularly listed as a "Super Lawyer," a designation reserved for the top 5% of the attorneys practicing in the field of Social Security law. He... Details
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By attending this session, attendees will:
- Learn detailed information on the Affordable Care Act
- Find out what happened to the prepaid Heald Care Act
- Determine what is next and how to move forward to comply with requirements and the federal mandates on employers with 50 or less employees

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The HSBA is pleased to announce that the Hawaii Probate Forms Manual has been updated!The seminar debuts the update of the Hawaii Probate Forms Manual (4th edition). The session will cover the following topics: (1) Introduction to Probate, (2) Gathering the Information and Time Tables, (3) Special Administration and Small Estates, (4) Informal Probate, (5) Formal Probate, (6) Contested Matters, and (7) Real Property Issues and Ancillary Administration. It is a valuable seminar for... Details
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The Hawaii Supreme Court recently adopted a comprehensive update to the Hawaii Rules of Professional Conduct ("HRPC). The updated HRPC will become effective on January 1, 2014. Calvin Young moderates a discussion with Jim Kawachika and Bill Meheula.

This seminar will not cover every detail about the changes to the HRPC, but rather highlight selected major changes and its effect on an attorney's practice. The Hawaii Supreme Court has issued its own summary of noteworthy... Details
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When: July 16, 2014
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Speaker: Kurt Kagawa, Law Offices of Vladimir P. Devens, LLC

Speaker will discuss:
- The Process (From start to finish)
- Important Statutes
- Important Case Law
- Developing and Managing the Case
- Key Issues
- Effective Advocacy

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When: September 30, 2014
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Sponsored by HI ATJ Commission & HSBA. For more information click here


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When: October 22, 2014

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