The combination strengthens Dentons' litigation practice, as AHFI also represents clients in complex commercial litigation.
AHFI's team of more than 50 lawyers and professionals focuses on disputes that involve contracts, employment, construction, real estate, class actions, health care, corporate governance and a number of other areas.
The integration of AHFI with Dentons is expected to be complete by the fall.
Another important key to AHFI
's success as an employer is the value it puts on quality of life for its staff, which is validated by the firm's incredibly low turnover rate of percent.
AHFI now has six directors providing services to clients on employment matters: Louise K.Y.
"With these powerful additions to our team, AHFI is now a large force in labor, employment and government contract law, not just in Hawai'i, but in the larger Pacific region," said Ing.
AHFI's new Labor, Employment & Government Contracts Practice Group can assist clients with issues in a wide variety of areas including:
Qualifications: Candidates must have a minimum of three years' relevant professional experience in health care fraud detection, investigation or prosecution; at least 75 hours of training in the four years prior to applying for the AHFI
; be an NHCAA member or be employed by a federal, state or local law enforcement or government agency; and pass the AHFI
also advises clients on securing their interests in real estate and business matters.