Next Monday, January 13, 2014, from noon to 1:00 p.m., I'll be speaking -- along with my Damon Key partner Greg Kugle -- to the Hawaii State Bar's Appellate Law Section about administrative appeals, in a session entitled "Administrative Appeals: How Do You Get There And How Do You Get Out Of There?"
Because of the areas in which we practice, we're going to be focusing on the issues in the context of land use cases, but the principles are generally applicable to any matter in which there is the possibility of agency appeal or contested case, followed by judicial review under the Administrative Procedures Act. Because most of the recent interesting decisions have come out of the Hawaii Supreme Court, we'll be limiting our presentations to state law.
Details:Date: Monday, January 13, 2014Time: noon - 1:00 p.m.Location: Damon Key offices, 1003 Bishop Street, 16th Floor (Pauahi Tower)RSVP to Appellate Section Chair Bethany Ace (firstname.lastname@example.org)If you are not a member of the HSBA Appellate Section (and you really should join, we do great programming, and have a lot of fun in the Section), you are more than welcome, and please contact Bethany if you'd like to attend.
We hope you can join us for the presentations and follow-on discussion.