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Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert
1003 Bishop St. , Ste. 1600 Pauahi Tower
Honolulu , HI 96813

Tred Eyerly


Mr. Eyerly has accumulated a wide variety of litigation skills, having practiced in Alaska, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and now Hawaii. He started his career working for Alaska Legal Services in bush Alaska before moving to Anchorage, working primarily with Alaska Natives on subsistence, sovereignty, and land entitlement issues throughout the state. Mr. Eyerly then worked for Micronesian Legal Services on Saipan, representing underprivileged clients confronted with a variety of legal problems. More recently, he has been in private practice both on Saipan and now in Honolulu, concentrating on insurance coverage and commercial litigation. 

Mr. Eyerly represents both insurers and insureds on a variety of insurance coverage and bad faith issues and maintains a Hawaii insurance coverage blog. He is the immediate past chair of the Hawaii Bar Association’s Insurance Coverage Section and is coeditor of American Bar Association Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee’s website.

Mr. Eyerly handles a wide variety of commercial disputes regarding leases, patents, contracts, etc., through litigation, arbitration, and mediation.

He successfully works on numerous types of personal injury suits representing both plaintiffs and defendants in wrongful death, toxic tort, product defects, and general negligence matters.

Mr. Eyerly also represents employers and employees in Title VII matters, wrongful termination, and employee discipline.

He has handled appeals before the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Hawaii Supreme Court, Alaska Supreme Court, and Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Supreme Court.

Mr. Eyerly is involved in numerous class action suits involving the Voting Rights Act, unlawful termination of service by utility services, employment discrimination, and pursuit of land, subsistence, and sovereignty rights by Alaska Natives.