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A destination firm for companies and investors in the Pacific

Calvo Fisher & Jacob is known for handling the most difficult and complex matters for clients doing business across the Pacific Rim. With offices in Guam, San Francisco, and Saipan, we have represented hundreds of individual and corporate clients in complex transactional matters and cross-border disputes that require experience and expertise in multiple jurisdictions and practice areas.  We work as a tightly-integrated team across time zones.  We place a premium on creativity to deliver successful results to our clients.

Calvo Fisher & Jacob Attorneys

E. Christian Calvo

Associate
San Francisco, Guam

Janalynn Cruz Damian

Associate
Guam

Sarah L. Fabian

Associate
San Francisco, Guam

Kathleen V. Fisher

Partner
San Francisco, Guam

Alexander Freeman

Of Counsel
San Francisco

Dana A. Gutierrez

Of Counsel
Guam

Shane A. Intihar

Associate
San Francisco

Maya Maravilla

Associate
San Francisco

Michael A. Pangelinan

Partner
Guam

Genevieve P. Rapadas

Associate
San Francisco, Guam

Jay D. Trickett

Associate
San Francisco

Firm News

CFJ's Jacob Speaks to College-Bound Guam Students About Program That Reduces Tuition Costs

CFJ's Rodney Jacob is a Commissioner of WICHE - the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education.  As Guam's representative of WICHE, Rod recently spoke to a group of Guam high school students about a WICHE program called the Western Undergraduate Exchange which makes college in Hawaii or on the mainland more affordable for Guam students.  In the 2018-2019 period, 78 Guam undergraduates paid 150% or less of in-state rates resulting in a savings of $1.1 million.  Guam residents have saved

Win for GIAA in Guam Supreme Court in Sunshine Act Dispute with DFS

On June 12, 2019 the Guam Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport Authority, Guam (“GIAA”) in its ongoing dispute with DFS Guam L.P. clarifying issues around the Open Government Law (OGL) and the Sunshine Reform Act of 1999 (Sunshine Act) by ruling that under the Sunshine Act a Guam public agency is permitted to withhold executive session transcripts when they pertain to ongoing litigation even if not sealed under the OGL. CFJ's Kathy Fisher and Genevieve Rapadas argued the case before the Supreme Court.