Cheryl A. Nakamura is a partner with Rush Moore LLP, serving a variety of clients in commercial and real estate litigation matters since 1981.

Cheryl A. Nakamura

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Partner

Direct Line: (808) 521-0410

E-Mail Address: CNakamura@rmhawaii.com

Practice Areas: Civil Litigation GroupCommercial Law GroupMortgage Foreclosure Group

Education: University of Hawaii B.A. 1978 (summa cum laude); Harvard University, J.D. 1981

Admitted to Practice: Hawaii 1981; U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit 1988

Professional/Civic Activities: Hawaii State Bar Association; American Bar Association

Ms. Nakamura provides legal counsel in the areas of lender liability, lessor-lessee disputes, collections, evictions, debtor-creditor rights, commercial litigation and land title disputes. She has extensive experience handling motions and other types of hearings in State and Federal court, bench trials, arbitrations, arguments and briefing before the Hawaii Supreme Court, and briefings for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She is licensed to practice before all courts in Hawaii and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

While pursuing her law degree from Harvard Law School, Ms. Nakamura served on the staff of the Harvard Environmental Law Review (1979-1980) and the Harvard Journal on Legislation (1980-1981).

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