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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

OHA Board Chair Carmen “Hulu” Lindsey’s statement on today’s victory in the OHA v. Kondo lawsuit

The OHA Board of Trustees is extremely pleased with today’s unanimous decision from the Hawai‘i Supreme Court in the appeal brought by the State Auditor.

OHA was confident that the Court would affirm the trial court’s decision that the State Auditor overreached in its request to access and review attorney-client privileged communications between OHA and its legal counsel.

Today’s decision preserves the sanctity of the attorney-client privilege, which is critical to the Trustees’ fulfillment of their fiduciary duties to our Native Hawaiian people.


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