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Case Lombardi & Pettit, A Law Corporation is a prominent law firm in Hawai‘i with a diverse civil practice. The firm’s attorneys, legal assistants and support staff are committed to client service and quality representation that is efficient and cost-effective.

The firm is located in the Pacific Guardian Center in Honolulu on the island of Oahu.

Tracing its roots back to 1888, Case Lombardi & Pettit has a history of providing quality legal services throughout Hawai‘i. The firm is a full service commercial law firm offering real estate, business, employee benefits, bankruptcy, tax, estate planning, litigation and dispute resolution services. We are also the exclusive member firm for Hawai‘i of Lex Mundi, the world’s leading association of independent law firms. Lex Mundi members are present in more than 100+ countries worldwide, covering almost every business market worldwide. Our firm’s membership in Lex Mundi provides us with global reach and access to premiere legal resources that enhance our ability to serve our clients’ needs around the world.

To assure the highest quality of service to our clients, the firm’s attorneys, legal assistants and support staff are organized into client service groups. We presently have three client service groups, which are: Business, Bankruptcy, Estate Planning, and Taxation; Litigation, and Dispute Resolution; and Real Estate.

Case Lombardi & Pettit has frequently been mentioned by local and national business publications as one of Hawai‘i’s leading law firms. Members of the firm have been recognized for their legal work by prominent publications and referral directories including Martindale Hubbell Law Directory, Best Lawyers in America, Chambers & Partners and Benchmark Litigation.

 
To learn more about Case Lombardi & Pettit, please view our video: Remembering the Past, Embracing the Furture.

Best Lawyers    CLP Firm Chambers Badge 2017    BEST LAWYERS SML    CL-MartindaleHubbell2016

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