Honolulu law firm Lynch Ichida Thompson & Hirota has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, and saw all but one of its attorneys leave the firm this week.
The general practice and civil litigation firm, which employed seven attorneys, filed for bankruptcy reorganization on February 17th.
Since then, partners Wesley Ichida, William F. Thompson III and Maile Hirota have left the firm. Two of them have started new firms.
The bankruptcy filing, signed by Paul A. Lynch as president of the firm, lists Lynch Ichida Thompson & Hirota’s assets at more than $500,000 and debts at more than $300,000.