Press Release: M4 Expands Presence to the Garden Isle

Oahu-based M4 welcomes Kauai law firm Shiramizu Loo & Nakamura

HONOLULU, HAWAII (March 1, 2019) – McCorriston Miller Mukai MacKinnon expands to the Garden Isle and welcomes members of Shiramizu Loo & Nakamura to the M4 ohana.

Since 2005, Shiramizu Loo has counseled real estate, utility and corporate clients on Kauai. A native of Kauai, Laurel Loo is excited to join M4 and provide their clients with the resources of a large firm, including additional expertise in litigation, estate planning and other areas of need on the island. “Having M4 attorneys accessible is a game-changer,” said Loo, “enhancing the depth and breadth of representation for our clients.”

Celebrating 30 years in Hawaii this year, M4 is one of Hawaii’s largest law firms with a reputation for hands-on understanding, innovative thinking and trust earned from helping clients succeed in business and litigation. With over 40 attorneys, M4 is strategically positioned to provide its clients focused attention and dedication with the resources of a large firm.

Born and raised on Kauai, Brian Hirai, managing partner of M4, expressed the firm is “pleased and fortunate to add to the M4 ohana with attorneys of the caliber of Loo.” Hirai added “together, our clients on Kauai will benefit from a local presence that has national and international experience.”

After March 1, Shiramizu Loo will be known as the Kauai office of McCorriston Miller Mukai MacKinnon. Loo will continue her practice at her current location in Lihue.


McCorriston Miller Mukai MacKinnon LLP (M4) is one of Hawaii’s preeminent law firms, serving the legal needs of the islands and the Pacific Rim for thirty years. The firm has handled some of the largest business and real estate transactions in Hawaii for local, national and international clientele. M4 understands and provides the same level of effort and care, with innovative thinking and collaboration across practices to meet client goals. With M4, clients get big firm resources and experience, with small firm focus and attention.


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