Arthur F. Roecaaroeca@rlhlaw.com
Arthur F. Roeca concentrates his practice in the areas of medical malpractice, insurance defense, aviation litigation, personal injury, premises liability, product liability, and toxic torts. With more than thirty four years of trial experience, Mr. Roeca has represented numerous doctors, manufacturers, companies and individual clients in a wide variety of civil litigation matters and tried numerous cases to verdict. Mr. Roeca is listed in Best Lawyers of America and Hawaii Super Lawyers.
April A. Luria concentrates in the areas of medical malpractice, employment and labor matters, civil rights litigation, insurance defense, personal injury, premises liability, and products liability. Ms. Luria has more than twenty five years of trial, arbitration and mediation experience, she has represented corporate and individual clients in a wide variety of matters and tried numerous cases to verdict. Ms. Luria recently was the Chair for the 2009 Hawaii State Bar Association Trial Academy.
James Shin concentrates his practice in the areas of civil ligitation including insurance defense, construction defect litigation, premises liability, workplace accidents, asbestos litigation and products liability. Mr. Shin has 16 years of trial, arbitration, and mediation experience and has tried cases to verdict in State Circuit Court, the United States District Court of the District of Hawaii and has presented oral arguments before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Shannon L. Wackswack@rlhlaw.com
Shannon L. Wack concentrates in the area of civil litigation including insurance defense, personal injury, premise liability, construction defect, product liability, liquor liability and toxic torts. Ms. Wack has more than 21 years of experience as a trial attorney representing corporate and individual clients in a wide variety of matters in numerous arbitrations, mediations and tried cases to verdict. She is an appointee by the Hawaii State Bar Association as Commissioner to the Access to Justice Commission.
Norman K. Odaninodani@rlhlaw.com
Norman K. Odani concentrates in the area of civil litigation; insurance defense of personal injury actions involving premises liability, construction defects, and products liability. Mr. Odani has more than 15 years of experience representing corporate and individual clients in arbitrations, mediations, and trial.
Jodie D. Roecajroeca@rlhlaw.com
Jodie D. Roeca concentrates in the areas of civil litigation, commercial litigation, contract disputes, insurance defense, personal injury, premises liability, products liability and appellate work. Ms. Roeca has more than twenty-four years of trial, appellate and alternative dispute resolution experience, and has represented corporate, government and individual clients in a wide variety of matters through bench and jury trials, alternative dispute resolution and appeal.
Lois H. Yamaguchilyamaguchi@rlhlaw.com
Lois H. Yamaguchi concentrates her civil practice in the areas of product liability and other tort defense, commercial and complex litigation, professional liability, health care malpractice and toxic tort. She has successfully represented a wide array of local, national and international clients in state and federal court and in administrative agencies, and has effectively advocated for those clients in arbitrations, mediations and settlement negotiations. She has been a member of Defense Research Institute (DRI) since 1997 and is admitted to practice in all Hawaii state and federal courts and in the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
James R. Fergusonjferguson@rlhlaw.com
James R. Ferguson concentrates in the area of civil litigation: insurance defense of personal injury actions involving premises liability, construction defects, dram-shop liquor liability, toxic torts, and products liability. Mr. Ferguson has more than twenty years experience as a trial attorney including ten years as defense counsel for the New York City Transit Authority. Mr. Ferguson has represented municipal, corporate, and individual clients, in numerous arbitrations, mediations, and bench and jury trials.
Barron Oda concentrates in the areas of civil litigation, commercial litigation, insurance defense, intellectual property, art and cultural property, and commercial transactions. In addition to his practice areas, Mr. Oda is an Adjunct Professor at Hawai`i Pacific University where he teaches intellectual property and Constitutional law, and is a recurring guest lecturer for Harvard Extension School's Graduate Museology program. He has published in the areas of intellectual property, governance, and international health law, and has been a presenter at annual meetings of the American Bar Association, the American Alliance of Museums, and the Western Museums Association.