Honolulu Law Firm Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing has brought three new attorneys into the company–Timothy Irons, Nick Kacprowski, and Zachary DiIonno.
Timothy Irons, who is a commercial litigator with a focus on land use and environmental litigation, joins the firm as an attorney of counsel. Before joining AHFI, he was a shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP, in Century City, CA, where he represented private developers, businesses, special districts and local government in entitlement proceedings and litigation involving county, state and federal land use and environmental law. Prior to that, Irons was an income partner with Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP, in Los Angeles. Irons was born and raised in Hawaii. He holds a J.D. with distinction from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, and a B.A. in English Literature from the University of California, Davis.
Nick Kacprowski joins the firm as an attorney of counsel. Kacprowski is a commercial litigator whose practice encompasses antitrust, bankruptcy, business torts, class actions, civil rights, contract disputes, insurance and securities. Kacprowski began his legal career in Honolulu, clerking for Judge Helen Gillmor, Former Chief Judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii. Before joining AHFI, he was a partner at the San Francisco office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. He earned his J.D. cum laude from Northwestern University School of Law, and his B.A. cum laude in History and Economics from Northwestern University.
Zachary M. DiIonno joins the firm as an associate, practicing in the area of commercial litigation. Prior to joining AHFI, he was a law clerk for Hawaii Supreme Court Justice Richard W. Pollack, a clerk extern for Hawaii Supreme Court Justice Sabrina McKenna, and an extern at the Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice. DiIonno earned his J.D. and Native Hawaiian Law Certificate from the William S. Richardson School of Law, where he served as president of the Advocates for Public Interest Law (APIL) and as a member of the Native American Moot Court team (NAMC). His civic leadership experience includes co-founding the not-for-profit Parents for Public Schools Hawaii, and serving as vice chairman and treasurer of the Manoa Neighborhood Board. Prior to law school, DiIonno served as a middle school special education teacher at Ilima Intermediate in Ewa Beach through Teach For America. He holds a Master of Education from the University of Hawaii, and a B.A. in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University.
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