Direct Line: (808) 521-0572
E-Mail Address: DChen@rmhawaii.com
Education: Punahou School, Diploma - 1994; University of Pennsylvania, B.A. - 1998; University of Hawaii at Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law, J.D. - 2001 (Law Review)
Admitted to Practice: Hawaii 2001
Professional/Civic Activities: Hawaii Membership Chair for DRI (Defense Research Institute); Speaker for National Business Institute Legal Seminars, Arbitrator for the Hawaii Court Annexed Arbitration Program, Member of NAPABA (National Asian Pacific American Bar Association), Member of the Litigation and Insurance Coverage Litigation Sections for the Hawaii State Bar Association.
Attorney Daniel M. Chen is a Partner at the law firm of Rush Moore LLP in Honolulu, Hawaii. Mr. Chen is a member of the firm’s Litigation Department and serves clients on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Hawaii Island.
Mr. Chen has been licensed to practice in Hawaii since 2001 and has 18 years of experience. Over the course of his career, he has represented individuals in matters involving trustee-beneficiary disputes, business disputes, sexual assault claims, partition lawsuits, injury claims, insurance claims, and real estate disputes. He has received an AV-Preeminent peer-review rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
An experienced litigator, Mr. Chen has appeared in both state and federal court. In addition, he is a skilled negotiator and serves as an arbitrator for the Hawaii Court Annexed Arbitration Program. He has participated in numerous court hearings, arbitrations and mediations.
In addition to running his practice, Mr. Chen has held seminars for his corporate clients on insurance and litigation topics. He has also served as a presenter for the National Business Institute.
Mr. Chen is active in the Hawaii State Bar Association and belongs to the litigation, probate, and insurance coverage litigation sections. He is a member of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association and serves as the Hawaii State Membership Chair for the Defense Research Institute.
As a graduate of Punahou School, Mr. Chen went on to earn a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He then received his law degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa William S. Richardson School of Law. While attending law school, he was a member of the Law Review.