Hawaii-Focused Legal Blogs
by Robert Thomas, InverseCondemnation.com, April 17, 2014
As many of you may already know, we've been publishing this blog for quite a while. What you may not know, except anecdotally, is that several of our law firm colleagues also are active bloggers in their respective fields of interest. We've mentioned them a few times, but you may have missed it.
So now, thanks to Hawaii Business magazine, there's a neat little story on what we do, "Hawaii-Focused Legal Blogs" by Jon Letman, in the April 2014 edition. And for those of you who do not subscribe, they've kindly posted the article online here.
In addition to our humble blog, it notes that Tred Eyerly publishes Insurancelawhawaii.com (insurance coverage issues, locally and nationally), Anna Oshiro focuses on Hawaiiconstructionlaw.com (construction litigation, arbitration, bonding, and licensing issues), while Mark M. Murakami does Hawaiioceanlaw.com (maritime, Jones Act, navigation, and other interesting topics like "do captains have a duty to go down with the ship?").
As we noted in the piece, "[we] hope (the blogs) appeal to a range of people and demystify lawyers. We’re just normal people that sometimes have pretty extraordinary jobs."
Check out the article and the other blogs. It will be worth your time to subscribe, even if you are not practicing in those areas.