Noteworthy

Our Noteworthy section is a resource to access articles and news about our firm, attorneys and staff, about events related to the firm, as well as professional publications by Goodsill attorneys.

News

Goodsill Filed Amicus Briefs on Behalf of Groups in Travel Ban Litigation 03/17/2017
Goodsill Welcomes Michael L. Korniczky 02/02/2017
Jennifer Chin Selected as an Outstanding Pro Bono Attorney 03/14/2017
Civil Litigation Associate Joins Goodsill 02/27/2017
Goodsill Adds New Partner to Labor & Employment Group 01/31/2017
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Publications

Supreme Court Rules That Structured Dismissals Must Follow Ordinary Priority Rules 03/22/2017
BAP Holds That Rejection of a Trademark License Does Not Automatically Terminate Licensee’s Rights 02/01/2017
Supreme Court to Decide Whether Hague Convention Authorizes Service By Mail on Foreign Defendants 01/26/2017
Goodsill Alert: Ninth Circuit: Secured Creditors Must File Proofs of Claim in Chapter 13 10/31/2016
Branding: The Nuts and Bolts of Creating and Protecting a Company Logo 08/17/2016
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Upcoming Events/Speaking Engagements

Lisa Bail to speak at seminar “Environmental Liabilities in Real Estate Transactions” 11/18/2016
Johnathan Bolton at the Hawaii Bankruptcy Bar Association’s 2016 Fall Conference 11/16/2016
Shimpei Oki to speak at Hawaii International Real Estate Council seminar 09/09/2016
Johnathan Bolton to speak at 2016 Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law Conference 08/11/2016
Shimpei Oki at Real Estate Council seminar “Working with Japanese Buyers & Sellers” 05/04/2016
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