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RANDALL HARAKAL is a member of the Law Offices of Gary Y. Shigemura, in Honolulu. Since 1977, Mr. Harakal’s practice concentrates in litigation, corporations (profit and nonprofit), labor and employment relations, and tax law. He is currently a director and the first senior vice president/treasurer/general counsel for Unity House, Inc., a large Hawaii nonprofit 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organization, and serves as a director and officer on various other nonprofit organizations in Hawaii. Mr. Harakal has written course outlines and articles, has been a frequent speaker at various legal and business seminars, and served as a co-editor of the 2001 Hawaii Non-Profit Law Handbook. He is a member of the Hawaii State Bar Association; and is admitted to practice before the Hawaii District Court and various other district courts in the U.S., the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Tax Court. Mr. Harakal also has served as the past president of the Federal Bar Association, Hawaii Chapter. He also is an associate professor at the Hawaii Pacific University, teaching business law for managers in the M.B.A. program. Mr. Harakal earned his B.A. degree from Villanova University and his J.D. degree from Widener University, Delaware Law School.
BRICE KUNIO UEDA is a litigation attorney with the Law Offices of Gary Y. Shigemura in Honolulu. His practice areas include civil litigation and family law. Mr. Ueda also has experience litigating premise liability, product liability, insurance defense and UM/UIM cases. He earned his B.A. degree from the University of Washington-Seattle and his J.D. degree from Loyola Law School. Mr. Ueda is a member of the State Bar of California, Hawaii State Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
ALAN VAN ETTEN is a partner in the Honolulu law firm of Deeley King Pang & Van Etten LLLP. His practice concentrates in civil litigation, with an emphasis on insurance law and litigation, representing plaintiffs in personal injury work (he is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum) and both policyholders and insurers in insurance coverage and bad faith cases, as well as litigating employment law and commercial torts on behalf of both plaintiffs and defense. Mr. Van Etten has written and spoken extensively on insurance law and litigation. He is a former adjunct professor of advanced torts/insurance law at The William S. Richardson School of Law. Mr. Van Etten earned his B.A. degree from Yale University and his J.D. degree from the Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California. He is a member of the Hawaii State (past president and representative to the American Bar Association House of Delegates) and the American (a vice chair, Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee, Tort and Insurance Practice Section) bar associations. Mr. Van Etten co-founded the Insurance Coverage Litigation Section of the Hawaii State Bar Association and was its first chairperson, and is currently its co-chair. He is the only Hawaiian attorney who is a fellow of the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel ("ACCEC"), a national invitation-only organization of insurance coverage and bad faith attorneys.
CYNTHIA K. WONG is a personal injury trial lawyer representing plaintiffs in wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases. Since 1998, she has litigated cases in medical negligence, highway design and maintenance defects, products liability, premises liability, motor vehicle collisions, bad faith insurance litigation, and general tort law. Prior to that, Ms. Wong was a deputy prosecuting attorney for the County of Maui. She is a member of the Hawaii State and Maui County bar associations, Federal Bar Association, American Association for Justice, Hawaii Association for Justice, Western Trial Lawyers Association, American Academy of Trial Lawyers, and National Trial Lawyers. Ms. Wong earned her B.A. degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her J.D. degree from the University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law.