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Firm Profile

Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing Attorneys At Law, A Law Corporation

Firm Profile

Honolulu

  • Profile
  • 1001 Bishop Street
  • American Savings Bank Tower
  • Suite 1800
  • Honolulu
  • Hawaii
  • USA
  • HI 96813

Firm profile submitted by Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing Attorneys At Law, A Law Corporation


Founded in 1991, Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing (AHFI) is a Hawaii-based firm servicing clients throughout the Pacific region. Known for high-quality, fast, creative and cost-effective service, the firm is the fourth largest in the state.

President: Paul Alston
Number of partners: 15
Number of lawyers: 44
Languages: English, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, French, Mandarin Chinese

Commercial Litigation:
12 director-shareholders; 40 attorneys total
Areas include ADA, antitrust and trade regulation, business torts, communications and media law, constitutional and civil rights, construction, derivative litigation and shareholder disputes, insurance defense and insurance coverage, IP, personal injury, RICO, securities. Real Property Litigation: 3 director-shareholders; 10 attorneys total Represent companies in quiet title actions, defense of adverse claims and bad faith claims. Represent clients in disputes involving easements, boundaries, access claims, surveyors’ errors, forged deeds, mortgages, landlord-tenant issues.

Real Property & Business Transactions:
2 director-shareholders; 6 attorneys total
Real estate acquisition, disposition, financing, development and construction, leasing. Entity formation, mergers and acquisitions; advise on IP, venture capital financing, licensing and strategic ventures, e-commerce transactions.

Healthcare:
3 director-shareholders; 6 attorneys total
Represent hospitals, health plans, physicians and other healthcare providers in litigation, regulatory compliance, dispute resolution. Advise on risk management.

Environmental & Cultural Resources:
3 director-shareholders; 8 attorneys total
Land use and development, endangered species, environmental impact statements, historic site preservation, Native Hawaiian issues, air and water pollution, solid and hazardous waste management, water rights, insurance coverage issues.

Employment Law:
3 director-shareholders; 8 attorneys total
Advise employers in matters involving wrongful termination, EEO, wage and hour law, employee benefits, Taft-Hartley trust funds, business transactions, personnel management, safety and health, proprietary rights, workplace privacy. Provide management training and assistance.

Government Contracts & Grands:
2 director-shareholders; 5 attorneys total
Advise contracting agencies, contractors and subcontractors involved in federal, state and county government contracts and federal grants. Privatization issues, solicitation analysis and bid preparation, protests, contract interpretation and administration, defense of contract terminations, debarment actions, litigation, qui tam actions.

Government Relations:
1 director-shareholder; 3 attorneys total
Represent clients before the state legislature, county councils and federal, state and local government agencies. Bill tracking and monitoring, legislative and government relations strategy development, bill drafting, lobbying.