Practice Area

Real Estate Transfers|Business Transactions


University of Hawaii
Class of 2002

Georgetown University
Class of 1999
English and Psychology

Norman H.Y. Cheng

  • Real Estate Transfers
  • Business Transactions
Norman H.Y. Cheng concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate, hotels and resorts, business structure and operations and commercial transactions. Mr. Cheng has also participated in a variety of legal matters, including real estate transactions, construction agreements, collections, complex corporate litigation, and real estate development.

Mr. Cheng holds Martindale-Hubbell's highest possible professional rating (AV) given to him by other professionals based on their knowledge of his work, reputation and integrity. Mr. Cheng has been recognized by Chambers USA 2014 Leading Lawyers for Business in the practice area of Real Estate Law.

At the William S. Richardson School of Law, Mr. Cheng finished among the top students in his class and was published twice in the University of Hawaii Law Review. His articles, Is Agricultural Land in Hawaii “Ripe” for a Takings Analysis, 24 U. Haw. L. Rev. 121 (2001) and If a Policeman Must Know the Constitution, Then Why Not a Planner: A Constitutional Challenge of the Hawaii Public Access Statute, 23 U. Haw. L. Rev. 409, (2000), focused on the numerous challenges associated with real estate development in Hawaii.
Hawaii State Bar Association (Member, Real Property and Financial Services Sections)|American Bar Association|Federal Bar Association.
733 Bishop Street, Suite 1900, Honolulu, HI 96813-4014