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All in the Family: New York Times Highlights "Young Voices on a Targeted Island"

Noelle Monge, who is a sophmore and English major at Boston University, is one of six young Guam residents who speak out about the island in a New York Times article that appeared on August 20, 2017, Young Voices on a Targeted Island: 'Very Lucky to Be From Guam'.  CFJ's Eduardo "Champ" Calvo is Noelle's proud grandfather.  CFJ's Jennifer Calvo and Christian Calvo are her aunt and uncle. 

CFJ's Pangelinan Speaks to NY Times re Coverage of Guam in North Korea Crisis

CFJ Partner Michael Pangelinan was one of several Guam residents who commented to the New York Times on August 10, 2017 for the article entitled, "At the Tip of the Spear": Guam Residents on U.S.-North Korea Tensions.  Mikes thoughts are set out in full below:

'Just Regular Americans'

Michael A. Pangelinan, 47, a lawyer who lives in Dededo, in the north of the island, was one of many Guamanians who expressed frustration about how little their home was understood by Americans.

CFJ's Gutierrez Provides Highlights of National Employment Law Conference

(SHRM Press Release) — The Society for Human Resource Management-NMI chapter is pleased to have attorney Dana A. Gutierrez, the SHRM Guam chapter’s vice president of legislative affairs, speak at the July 27 local SHRM membership meeting regarding highlights from the 2017 SHRM Employment Law & Legislative Conference she attended recently in Washington, D.C.  

Christian Calvo Sworn in as Member of Guam Bar

Christian Calvo with family and friends at the Supreme Court

Calvo Fisher & Jacob associate Christian Calvo was sworn in as a member of the Guam Bar on May 14. He appears in this photo with justices of the Guam Supreme Court, colleagues from CFJ and members of his family. Christian joins his father, Eduardo "Champ" Calvo and sister, Jennifer Calvo, as attorneys with the firm.

 

Victory for CFJ Client in Federal Court Sends Wrongful Death Suit to Arbitration

CFJ's Rodney Jacob and Kathy Fisher are representing two Norwegian insurance companies in litigation relating to the proper venue for a wrongful death claim. A federal court judge in Guam ruled on March 9, 2017 on behalf of the companies finding that the dispute belongs in arbitration in Norway under the terms of an underlying arbitration agreement.