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Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing
Founded in 1991, Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing has grown from nine to more than 50 attorneys in size. With three offices in Hawaii, the firm mostly represents US-based clients but has also picked up some in Europe and Asia. “What sets AHFI apart is that they are incredibly talented in providing strategic, big-picture advice,” a client says. “They anticipate all possible moves and plan our counter-moves accordingly. They are fearless in identifying aggressive strategies when that is needed but can also provide a middle-ground position when other factors dictate a more tempered approach.” The firm is experienced in antitrust, business torts, class actions, commercial, construction, education, environmental, health care, labor and employment, personal injury, real estate, securities, and many other areas. Paul Alston is consistently nominated by his peers as one of the top litigators in Hawaii. He primarily practices commercial litigation, antitrust/unfair competition, civil rights, class actions, and appellate law and is favored for his “responsiveness, dedication, and experience.” One client describes him as “practical, creative, and aggressive”; another commends his “ability to get along with client personalities.” Alston represented underpaid substitute teachers in excess of 15,000 in the class period and $50 million in back pay and related damages. The case, beginning in 2005, reached its conclusion on November 15, 2013 when the Circuit Court approved back pay of more than $15 million for approximately 9,000 substitute teachers. He was also involved in representing all special education students in the State of Hawaii between the ages of 20–22 who, because of a Hawaii statute establishing a public school age limit, were denied equal access to public education. The Ninth Circuit ruled in favor of the plaintiff, affirming that the Department of Education was violating the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. William Hunt represents physicians and hospitals, defending high-stakes, multimillion-dollar catastrophic injury claims. Additionally, he represents clients in commercial litigation. Through her practice, Louise Ing has covered the broad spectrum of general commercial disputes, including contracts, leases, and bankruptcy-related litigation. She is a hero among peers who agree that her reputation is “well earned.” Dianne Winter Brookins takes on health care-related matters.
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