Ronald Ogomori is a highly experienced litigator with a wide range of legal expertise. Over the last fifteen years, Ronald’s practice has been focused upon all facets of commercial and construction litigation. He has represented owners, developers, contractors, construction managers and architects in a variety of highly complex litigation cases relating to the design, development, construction, and marketing of public, commercial, and residential construction projects all around the State of Hawai`i. Ronald has represented his construction clients in all phases of construction starting with contract drafting, change orders, formal claims, lien applications, and litigation. Ronald has also represented contractors, architects, and other licensees before the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs regarding consumer complaints.
In commercial litigation, Ronald has represented owners, banking institutions, sellers, investors, buyers, and finance companies in business litigation matters including real estate acquisition and development, foreclosures, lease disputes, lease negotiations, zoning applications, zoning violations, breach of contract actions, collection matters, partition cases, summary possession cases, premises liability claims, and insurance defense matters.
Ronald is a graduate of the University of Hawaii-Manoa’s William S. Richardson School of Law. Before launching his own practice, Ronald spent 18 years as a partner in two well-respected firms in Hawaii. He is a member of the Hawaii State Bar Association, American Bar Association, ABA Forum Committee on the Construction Industry, and the ABA Section of Litigation. He is the former Chair and Vice Chair of the Zoning Board of Appeals of the City and County of Honolulu, and is admitted to practice before all Hawaii courts and the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.