Keeping data secure isn’t just good business, it’s the law.  We can help you comply with privacy and cybersecurity laws.

Helping You Navigate Data Privacy Law

Privacy law is evolving rapidly.  As one of the few law firms in Hawaii that focus on data privacy law, we’re well-positioned to help you deal with the changing landscape of information privacy and data security.

GDPR and beyond

As the volume of digital data proliferates and use of personal data grows more sophisticated, data privacy and security practices are also becoming increasingly regulated.  The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a prime example of changing paradigms in privacy law.  Although the GDPR is an EU law, it has implications for U.S.-based businesses, and it has spurred the adoption of similar legislation in other jurisdictions, such as the California Consumer Protection Act of 2018 (CCPA).

We can guide you through the nuanced requirements of privacy laws.

Medical privacy

The healthcare industry has particularly leveraged advances in digital technology.  The increasing digitization of healthcare services creates unique privacy concerns that have led to regulations such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH).

We assist healthcare providers in complying with medical privacy laws.


Data breach

Data breaches are becoming a commonplace threat.  During a data security incident, legal counsel is critical in determining breach notification obligations as well as conducting investigations and coordinating response activities under the cover of privilege.

We help targets of data security incidents develop and execute legally compliant response strategies.




We advise on legal requirements of privacy and cybersecurity laws and how to meet them


We craft legally required disclosures of data privacy and security practices such as Terms of Use and Privacy Policies


We provide legal counsel for data incident investigations and responses 

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