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    Jan. 17-18, 2013


    At the bi-annual Hawaii Land Use Law Conference, I'll be moderating a panel on "Development Through Exemptions - The Evolution of Reclassifications, Permitting, Land Use & Development in Hawaii: The Unintended Consequences of an Increasingly Complex System of Regulations," featuring panelists Linda L.W. Chow (Deputy Attorney General State of Hawaii), Oswald K. Stender (Office of Hawaiian Affairs), and Kali Watson (Hawaiian Community Development).

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