Russell Saito, (A LAW CORPORATION),
admitted to bar, 1971, Hawaii.
University (B.S., 1956); Columbia University (M.B.A., 1970; J.D.,
Member: Hawaii State and American Bar Associations,
Hawaii Society of Certified Public Accountants, American Society of
Certified Public Accountants.
Planning; Corporate; Estate Planning; Tax, Pension and Profit Sharing;
Sale and Acquisition of Businesses; Business Succession
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admitted to bar, 1981, Hawaii.
Education: University of Hawaii
(B.B.A., with honors, 1978; J.D., 1981). Certified Public Accountant,
Member: Hawaii State and American Bar
Associations; Hawaii Society of Certified Public Accountants; National
Association of Accountants.
Languages: Cantonese and
Concentration: Real Property; Estate Planning;
Taxation; Commercial Transactions and Criminal Tax
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Ching, admitted to bar, 1985,
Hawaii; 1986, U.S. Tax Court; 2001, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth
Education: University of Hawaii (B.B.A., 1981); William
S. Richardson School of Law (J.D., 1985).
State and American Bar Associations (Section on Real Property, Probate and
Concentration: Real Property transactions; Taxation;
Corporate; Commercial Transactions; Probate; Intellectual Property;
Internet and Technology Law.
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(A LAW CORPORATION), admitted to bar, 1958, New York; 1960, U.S. District
Court, District of Hawaii; 1961, Hawaii; 1962, U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th
Circuit; 1963, U.S. Court of International Trade; 1970, U.S. Supreme
Indiana University (B.A., cum laude, 1954), Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma;
Columbia University (L.L.B., 1957).
Professional Profile: Practiced in New York City, 1958-60. Corporation
Counsel, 1969-1972, and Managing Director, 1972-1975, City & County of
Honolulu. Judge, Nuclear Claims Tribunal, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall
Islands, 1988-1990. Trustee, National Institute of Municipal Law Officers
1971-1972. Chairman, Honolulu City Charter Reorganization Commission,
1979. State Bar Examiner, 1975. Participant in the U.S./China Joint
Session on Trade, Investment and Economic Law, August 1987, Beijing,
People's Republic of China. Arbitrator, Court-Annexed Arbitration Program,
First Circuit Court, State of Hawaii, 1987-1990. Trustee, 1981, and
President, 1987-1989, Japan-American Society of Honolulu. Chairman of the
Board, National Association of Japan-America Societies, 1989-1991.
Chairman, Board of Governors, 1989-1990 and Board of Directors Vice
President, 1994-present, of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii.
Recipient of Imperial Award, The Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays
With Neck Ribbon, Third Class, from the Government of Japan, April 29,
1993. Member: Hearing
Committee of Disciplinary Board of the Hawaii Supreme Court, 1979-82;
Executive Committee, Japan-Hawaii Economic Council, 1983 to date; Pacific
and Asian Affairs Council; Hawaii State and American Bar Associations; The
Association of Trial Lawyers of America; American Judicature Society.
Concentration: Trials and Appeals; Municipal
James Nakano, (A LAW CORPORATION),
admitted to bar, 1961, California; 1970,
Education: University of Hawaii and University of
Illinois (B.A., 1955); University of Illinois, Northwestern University and
University of California at Los Angeles (L.L.B., 1961).
State and American Bar Associations; State Bar of
Corporate; Banking; Real Property and Construction Law.
Terrance W. H. Tom,
admitted to bar, 1973, Hawaii.
University of Hawaii (B.A., 1970); University of San Francisco School of
Law (J.D., 1973)
Professional Profile: Chairman, House Judiciary Committee, 1993 to present.
Chairman, Committee on Human Services, 1991-1992. Chairman,
Intergovernmental Relations and International Affairs, 1989-1990.
Chairman, House Judiciary Committee, 1985-1986. Vice Chairman, House
Judiciary Committee, 1983-1984. Elected State Representative, 1982.
Member: Community Advisory Committee, UH Affiliated Program
for Developmental Disabilities; Catholic Community Board; Correctional
Education Advisory Council; Hawaii Commission on Access to Justice; Hawaii
State Bar Association.
General Civil Practice.
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