KALANI A. MORSE
advises and defends employers in all aspects of labor and employment law: litigating civil actions in state and federal courts, defending wrongful termination, harassment, reasonable accommodation, breach of contract, and other employment claims, including administrative charges, wage and hour audits, labor elections, union grievances and arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges, and administrative and judicial appeals.
trains and advises employers on personnel issues and legal compliance, helping employers structure and implement lawful employment policies that ensure effective management.
regularly speaks at labor and employment law seminars, providing in-depth training on discrimination and harassment, employee privacy, health care compliance, drug policies, wage and hour compliance, internal investigations, and disability and leave laws.
is admitted to practice law in all state and federal courts in Hawai`i
and the United States Courts of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
He received his BA from BYU and then worked as a project manager for IBM.
He then earned his JD/MPA from BYU where he was repeatedly distinguished as a BYU Academic Merit Scholar and a Native Hawaiian Leadership Project Scholar.
During law school, Mr. Morse served as a founder and Editor-in-Chief of the BYU International Law & Management Review and Director for the Moot Court Board of Advocates.
uring law school, Mr. Morse served as a founder and Editor-in-Chief of the BYU International Law & Management Review and Director for the Moot Court Board of Advocates.