Cosgrove joins Goodsill Anderson
Managing Partner Peter T. Kashiwa recently announced Gail Cosgrove has joined Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel.
Just prior to joining the firm, Cosgrove was officer and director of Hisaka Yoshida & Cosgrove.
Also a lecturer-in-law at the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law, Cosgrove has practiced law for more than 30 years. Her work focus is in civil litigation, primarily medical liability, complex litigation, product liability and toxic tort litigation.
“We are fortunate and pleased to welcome Gail to the firm,” Kashiwa said. “She is a very energetic and capable attorney; we look forward to having her add another layer of experience to our litigation practice groups.”
Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel LLP, founded in Hawaii in 1878, has more than 60 attorneys representing local, national and international clients. Goodsill lawyers handle a wide range of business and legal matters, extending personalized legal services with cutting-edge resources.
For more information about the firm, visit www.goodsill.com.
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