David C. Farmer, Successor-Trustee vs. Harmon
(Formerly Woo vs. Harmon & Nicholson vs. Harmon)
CV05-00030 DAE KSC
U.S. District Court For the District of Hawaii
Judges: David A. Ezra; Kevin S. Chang
Executive vice president of Aon Risk Services, Inc. of Hawaii, the insurance broker for Kamehameha Schools; investor in The Honolulu Star-Bulletin and MidWeek newspapers; son of Daniel Case, brother of AOL’s Steve Case; cousin of Ed Case and Suzanne Case.
Aon Insurance Managers (Hawaii), Inc.
201 Merchant Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
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NEW DISCOVERY (07-09-08):
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK,
By Eliot Spitzer, Attorney General of
the State of New York, Plaintiff
AON CORPORATION, Defendant
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NEW DISCOVERY (04-15-08):
Connecting the dots...
David Farmer...Steven Guttman...Brian Schatz...Barack Obama...Oprah Winfrey...Hillary Clinton...Linda Lingle...John McCain....AIPAC...Punahou School...Kamehameha Schools...Dee Jay Mailer...The Global Fund...Henry Paulson...George W. Bush...Haunani Apoliona...OHA...Daniel Akaka...Dan Inouye...Suzanne Case...Dan Case...Steve Case...Jeffrey Case...Aon...The Nature Conservancy...Greg Dunn...Judith Neustadter Fuqua...etc...ad infinitum...
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NEW DISCOVERY - 04/06/08 - DAVID FARMER AND JUDGE ROBERT FARIS UNDISCLOSED CONFLICT OF INTEREST WITH AON CONSULTING IN THE ALOHA AIRLINES BANKRUPTCY CASE:
Docket No 181 - 4/4/2008 - Notice of Appearance by Brian W. Bisignani and Request for Notice. Filed by Brian W. Bisignani on behalf of Aon Consulting (LL)
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November 24, 2002
Case family buys
stake in MidWeek
They are the latest local
investors in the two publications
The Case family is acquiring a minority stake in the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and MidWeek, according to David Black, owner of the publications.
Daniel H. Case, a Kauai native, is chairman of the law firm of Case Bigelow & Lombardi. He is a past president of the Hawaii State Bar Association. His wife, Carol, was born in Hilo.
They have a daughter, Carin, a teacher in Healdsburg, Calif.; and sons Steve, chairman of AOL Time Warner, and Jeffrey, executive vice president of AON Risk Services Inc. of Hawaii. Another son, Daniel III, who was chairman and former chief executive officer of JP Morgan H&Q (formerly Hambrecht & Quist), died of cancer in June.
"We both like having two papers," said Daniel Case, speaking for himself and his wife. "We think the Star-Bulletin turned out to be a good paper. And I kind of like David Black."
Black said he was "very pleased to have the Case family join us."
"They have put a great deal back into the community, both in personal time and with family donations," he said. "This will help deepen the ties of the newspaper with the community, making it easier for the paper to also know how to help the community."
The Case family will become the latest local investors in the two publications. Earlier this year, minority stakes were bought by Lawrence and Claire Johnson, Duane Kurisu, the Luke family, Jeff and Lynn Watanabe, and Island Holdings Inc., represented by Colbert Matsumoto and Franklin Tokioka.
As with the earlier transactions, terms of the latest sale were not disclosed.
Daniel Case will join Black, Kurisu, Larry Johnson, Warren Luke, Jeff Watanabe and Matsumoto as a director of Oahu Publications Inc. and MidWeek Printing Inc.
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Jeffrey Case is expected to testify as to his business, professional, and personal relationships with Aon Risk Services, Inc.; Aloha Airlines; Brian Bisignani; David Banmiller, David C. Farmer, Robin Campaniano; American International Group (AIG); J.P. Schmidt, Office of the Hawaii Insurance Commissioner; Captive Insurance Division; Marsh & McLennan; Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate; P&C Insurance Company; Mike Coulter; Terry Mullen; John Mullen Co.; Colleen Wong; Dee Jay Mailer; Lyn Anzai; Earl Anzai; Louanne Kam; Clyde Mark; Steve Case; AOL Time Warner; CNN; Daniel Case, Case Bigelow & Lombardi; Ed Case; David Black; Honolulu Star-Bulletin; Colbert Matsumoto; Franklin Tokioka; Island Holdings Inc.; Island Insurance Company; Jeffrey Watanabe; Warren Luke; Larry Johnson; Steven Guttman; Mary Lou Woo; Judith Neustadter Fuqua; James “Kimo” Apana; Robert Kihune; Gilbert Tam; Summit Communications; Sandwich Isles Communications; JP Morgan H&Q; County of Maui; Maui Planning Commission; Suzanne Case, The Nature Conservancy; Henry Paulson; Goldman Sachs; Hana Ranch; Oprah Winfrey; Maui Land & Pineapple Co.; David Cole; Grove Farm Land Corp.; Guido Giacometti; Susan Tius; Linda Lingle; Jeremy Harris; Mufi Hanneman; City & County of Honolulu, Elisa Yadao, Nainoa Thompson, James Cribley, Hawaii Superferry, John Garibaldi, Judge Robert Faris, Judge Lloyd King, David C. Farmer, and others to be named upon discovery.
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Originally posted: July 1, 2005
Last updated: July 9, 2008