PATRICIA KIM PARK, ESQ.
AREA OF EXPERTISECommercial/Business , Condo/AOAO , Employment/Labor , General Civil , Injury/Torts , Insurance/Personal , Real Property
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Park Park Yu & Remillard
Patricia Kim Park is a graduate of the University of Hawaii (B.A. cum laude) and the University of Michigan School of Law (J.D.). She currently serves as the managing partner of Park Park Yu & Remillard, a law firm which specializes in labor-management relations (representing unions), personal injury (representing plaintiffs only) and real estate (representing sellers, buyers, brokers, agents and escrows).
Mrs. Park has been a member of the Hawaii Bar since 1965. She is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She has served as a law clerk to a Hawaii Supreme Court Justice. She was a Deputy Attorney General of the State of Hawaii, a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the City & County of Honolulu, Associate General Counsel and Assistant Secretary for Pacific Standard Life Insurance Co.
Mrs. Park has also served as a per diem District Judge, Master and Commissioner for the First Circuit Court and is a member of the Panel of Neutrals (mediation and arbitration) for the Hawaii Judiciary’s Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution, the Court-Annexed Arbitration Program, the American Arbitration Association. Mrs. Park has resolved disputes involving issues of commerce, construction, condominium management, real property and personal injury (including medical malpractice) and employment relations (e.g. dual gender fact finding). She has served on the faculty for dozens of training seminars and has appeared as an advocate in grievance and commercial arbitrations.
While her current practice involves real property and commercial matters, Mrs. Park has substantial experience in the following areas: personal injury, real estate transactions and employer-employee relations.