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Davis Levin Livingston Donates $1 Million to William S. Richardson School of Law

Davis Levin Livingston, through its charitable foundation, The Davis Levin Livingston Charitable Foundation has announced a $1 million dollar gift to the William S. Richardson School of Law to build its Advocacy and Trial Practice Building.  In addition, Mr. Davis

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$80 Million Settlement Against Kamehameha School

A more comprehensive article can be found here on Washington Post. After decades of abuse, the children attending Kamehameha School in Honolulu and suffered abuse at the hands of a trusted psychiatrist can start to heal and move on. Davis Levin

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Winner of Hawaii High School Humanitarian Scholarship Announced

The Hawaii High School Humanitarian scholarship was created by the Davis Levin Livingston attorneys in Hawaii. This scholarship is awarded to the student who shows profound leadership and dedication to making a positive difference in Hawaii. While the attorneys are

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Attorney Mark Davis Helps Congress Pass ‘Talias Law’

Congress recently unanimously passed Talia’s Law, introduced by Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Senator Hirono and constructed in part by attorney Mark Davis. This law was put through in February as an amendment to the National Defense Act. The law is named

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Attorney Loretta Sheehan Outspoken as New Member of Honolulu Police Commission

Attorney Loretta A. Sheehan is a well-known figure in the Hawaii judicial system that began with her 24 years of service as a prosecutor with the City and County of Honolulu and later for the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Although she

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Loretta Sheehan Nominated to Honolulu Police Commission

Davis Levin Livingston celebrates a recent honor of one of our attorneys. On June 3, 2016, Mayor Kirk Caldwell appointed Loretta A. Sheehan, JD to the Honolulu Police Commission. Intended to serve an important role, the commission oversees the Honolulu Police Department. Its

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President Obama Appoints Davis Levin Lawyer for Dept. of Labor Post

Davis Levin Livingston attorney Erin C. Davis has been appointed by President Barack Obama to the position of senior advisor in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration. In her new position, Ms. Davis will play a

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Davis Levin Livingston Helps Victims of Sexual Assault

A lawsuit filed on January 19, 2016, alleged that 26 students who formerly attended Kamehameha Schools were sexually abused over and over by a psychiatrist at this private school for natives of Hawaii. The allegations are against psychiatrist Robert Browne,

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Davis Levin Attorney, Matt Winter, Defends Pastor with First Amendment Lawsuit

A local minister, with the help of Davis Levin attorney Matt Winter, has prevailed in his First Amendment battle with Maui County when they agreed to drop their appeal in a free speech case. The case began in 2013 when Strat

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Hawaii Supreme Court and Governor David Y. Ige Honor Matthew Winter for Outstanding Pro Bono Service

The Hawaii Access to Justice Commission’s Pro Bono Celebration was held at the Hawaii Supreme Court on October 29, 2015.  Governor David Y. Ige, Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald, and Supreme Court Associate Justice Simeon Acoba (ret.) presided over the

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