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About Our Founder

Emily Dresslar has decades of experience in a variety of legal, business, and government settings, with proven courtroom experience in Criminal, Business, Family, and Personal Law. A graduate of the esteemed University of Michigan Law School, Emily has been admitted to the Bar in three states including Hawaiʻi. Her combination of experience, precision, and empathy make her a strong advocate for her clients that may be far from the mainland, but just as deserving of justice.

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Dresslar Law Blog

Hawaiian Employment Law: 8 Reasons Why it Differs from Mainland Laws

Hawaii is known all over the world as a tropical paradise with beautiful beaches, laid-back lifestyle, and vibrant culture. What you might not have heard about is that Hawaii is as distinctive in its approach to employment law as it is in its geography. Here are the top 8 reasons why Hawaii law for employees is significantly different from its mainland counterparts.

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Settling in Paradise: 7 Key Legal Aspects of Moving to Hawaii

Aloha! Making the decision to move to Hawaii, a breathtaking haven of idyllic beaches, diverse ecosystems, and profound cultural heritage, is an exciting one. However, relocating to a new state – and in this case, an archipelago in the middle of the Pacific Ocean – comes with various considerations. Among the most important are the legal aspects that could potentially influence your new life in the Aloha State.

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