Dan C. Oyasato
DAN C. OYASATO grew up on Oahu and is a graduate of Iolani School, Tufts University and the William S. Richardson School of Law. He has served as a law clerk to the Honorable Yoshimi Hayashi, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Hawaii, and the Honorable Robert Won Bae Chang, Judge of the First Circuit Court of Hawaii.
In his over twenty years of practice, Mr. Oyasato has built up a wealth of trial experience. He spent over 16 years as a deputy prosecuting attorney with the Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney’s Office where he tried over 120 jury trials, with a conviction rate well over 90 percent. Mr. Oyasato has been involved in numerous high-profile cases and has been asked by the local media to provide expert analysis in other prominent cases. He has served on the faculties of the American Prosecutors Research Institute and the National College of District Attorneys, and has lectured on various topics in the area of trial practice.
Mr. Oyasato is licensed to practice in all of the courts of the State of Hawaii, the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii. He is a member of the Hawaii State Bar Association and its Litigation Section. He focuses his practice on enforcement of documents, landlord-tenant law, civil litigation and collections.