Hawaii State Legislature
Hawaii Employment Security Law. 384. Hawaii Agricultural Unemployment Compensation Law--Repealed. 385. Additional Unemployment Compensation Benefits Law. 386. Workers' Compensation Law. 386A. Hawaii State Compensation Mutual Insurance Fund. 387. Wage and Hour Law. 388. Wages and Other Compensation, Payment of. 390. Child Labor Law. 392
Actived: 3 days ago
(5 days ago) Subsection (1)(a) is a restatement of the common-law crime of battery, which was committed by any slight touching of another person in a manner which is known to be offensive to that person. Such contacts are prohibited, if done with requisite intent, in order to preserve the peace. Subsection (1)(b) is likewise aimed at preserving peace.
TRADITIONAL AND CUSTOMARY RIGHTS
(9 days ago) The Moon Court, Land Use, and Property: A Survey of Hawai`i Case Law 1993-2010. 33 UH L. Rev. 635 (2011). Demolition of Native Rights and Self Determination: Act 55's Devastating Impact through the Development of Hawaii's Public Lands. 35 UH L. Rev. 297 (2013). A New Narrative: Native Hawaiian Law. 39 UH L. Rev. 233 (2016).
(3 days ago) Sunset Law - A provision shutting off a program or agency on a specific date, requiring reexamination and a fresh authorization prior to that date to continue. Veto - A power vested in the governor to prevent the enactment of measures passed by the Legislature by returning them, with objections, to …
DUE PROCESS AND EQUAL PROTECTION
(9 days ago) Portion of election fraud law void for vagueness. 67 H. 398, 688 P.2d 1152. Due process denied where lessee's property seized without proper service of process, time to answer, evidence presented by lessor, and opportunity to contest case. 68 H. 466, 719 P.2d 397.
SEARCHES, SEIZURES AND INVASION OF PRIVACY
(9 days ago) Where evidence sought to be admitted in state court is the product of acts that occurred on federal property or in another state, by Hawaii law enforcement officers or officers of another jurisdiction, due consideration must be given to the Hawaii constitution and applicable case law. 125 …
HAWAIIAN HOMES COMMISSION ACT, 1920
(8 days ago) Act is part of Hawai`i constitution and does not constitute federal law; thus, federal preemption principles did not apply to case where there was no relevant federal law at issue and conflict between Act and state statute was matter of state constitutional law. 87 H. 91, 952 P.2d 379.
(Just Now) 291-11.6 Mandatory use of seat belts, when, penalty. (a) Except as otherwise provided by law, no person shall operate a motor vehicle upon any public highway unless the person is restrained by a seat belt assembly and all passengers in the front or back seat of the motor vehicle are restrained by a seat belt assembly or are restrained pursuant to section 291‑11.5 if they are under eight
STATE STATUTES DIVISION 1. GOVERNMENT TITLE 1 GENERAL
(2 days ago) 77 Compensation Law (Repealed) 78 Public Service.. 78-1 . 79 Leaves of Absence (Repealed) 80 Hours of Work (Repealed) 81 In-Service Training Programs (Repealed) 82 Incentive and Service Awards (Repealed) 83 Temporary Intergovernmental Assignment of Public . …
HAWAII A BILL FOR AN ACT
(4 days ago) This law is a symbol of the importance Native Hawaiians placed on caring for others and ensuring the safety of society's most vulnerable people and has endured for generations. The legislature further finds that the law of the splintered paddle specifically states: "O my people Honor thy gods Respect alike (the rights of) Men great and humble
RELATING TO THE UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF LAW.
(Just Now) 7 law and addressing the increasingly pervasive problem of the 8 unauthorized practice of law in Hawaii by out—of—state attorneys 9 who are not licensed to practice law in Hawaii. 10 SECTION 2. Section 605—14, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is 11 amended to read as follows: 12 TT~6o5_14 Unauthorized practice of law prohibited[-r]; out-
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(6 days ago) 134-2 Permits to acquire. (a) No person shall acquire the ownership of a firearm, whether usable or unusable, serviceable or unserviceable, modern or antique, registered under prior law or by a prior owner or unregistered, either by purchase, gift, inheritance, bequest, or in any other manner, whether procured in the State or imported by mail, express, freight, or otherwise, until the person
A BILL FOR AN ACT
(4 days ago) 7 law by 2022, to avoid risking federal preemption of state laws 8 in this area. While some licensees may already have 9 cybersecurity policies and protocols in place, this Act will 10 ensure and formalize insurance data security protections for all 11 insurance licensees.
FAMILY LAW SECTION OF THE HAWAII STATE BAR …
(5 days ago) judges, law professors, legislative staff, and others-work together to draft laws ranging from the Uniform Commercial Code to acts on property, trusts and estates, family law, criminal law and other areas where uniformity of state law is desirable.
S.B. 57, S.D. 1 RELATING TO VEHICLE INSPECTIONS supports
(9 days ago) check issue, but rather a law enforcement issue under the state and County Noise ordinance enforced by HPD. Requiring a noise test at Full max RPMs (which for vehicles max RPM’s can range from 6,000 to 10,000 RPMS ) would be assessing the noise level of a vehicle going past 100 MPH .
TWENTY-EIGHTH LEGISLATURE, 2016 S.B. NO 2392
(4 days ago) immunity law or have implemented a developed pilot program to allow administration of medication, like opioid antagonists, to reverse the effects of an opioid-related overdose. Numerous state and national organizations also support increased access to naloxone hydrochloride, including but not'limited to the American Public Health Association,
(Just Now) 6 law and that the tenant is encouraged to seek the 7 tenant’s own legal advice regarding their rights and 8 responsibilities; and 9 (13) That the landlord or landlord’s agent shall engage in 10 mediation if mediation is scheduled. 11 (c) Landlords or their agents shall provide the 12 fifteen-calendar day notice to a mediation center that
(Just Now) 378-2.5 Employer inquiries into conviction record. (a) Subject to subsection (b), an employer may inquire about and consider an individual's criminal conviction record concerning hiring, termination, or the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment; provided that the conviction record bears a rational relationship to the duties and responsibilities of the position.
(5 days ago) RELATING TO CONFORMITY OF THE HAWAII INCOME TAX LAW TO THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE. Conforms Hawaii income tax law with amendments made to the Internal Revenue Code as of December 31, 2013, and makes various technical amendments. (SB2886 HD1) (S) 6/18/2014 - Act 088, 6/16/2014 (Gov. Msg. No. 1189).