Many groups nationwide have filed lawsuits against the coronavirus emergency orders declared by their governors. Some have been successful. But what about Hawaii? Can Hawaii’s extended emergency lockdowns ever be overturned in court?
Join the Grassroot institute of Hawaii for a free webinar on Friday, Oct. 23, starting at noon, as we discuss the trends of lawsuits across the nation and whether they offer any hope for Hawaii.
Our special guests will be:
>> Honolulu attorney James Hochberg, who specializes in real estate law, education law and defending religious liberties. Hochberg recently joined with the Virgina-based Center for American Liberty in filing a lawsuit against Hawaii Gov. David Ige’s COVID-19 emergency proclamations.
>> Patrick Wright, a former Michigan Supreme Court commissioner who now directs the Michigan-based Mackinac Center Legal Foundation. The foundation just last month succeeded in overturning Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s extended COVID-19 emergency executive orders.
>> Elliot Engstrom is legal director of American Juris Link, a legal network based in Arizona that connects litigators across organizations. He has closely followed the lawsuits happening across the nation and has been working hard to connect lawyers to support coronavirus-related lawsuits.
Each of the guests will give short presentations at the beginning of the webinar, then converse briefly with Keli‘i Akina, Grassroot Institute of Hawaii president, before answering questions fielded from the audience by Joe Kent, institute executive vice president.
To participate in this important discussion, please register below, call 808-591-9193 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.