Bryan Andaya

DIRECTOR, ATTORNEY


PRACTICE AREAS
Labor & Employment
Business Strategy
Franchising
Real Estate 


EDUCATION
DePaul University College of Law (J.D.)
Portland State University (B.S., History and Political Science)


ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
Hawai`i
U.S. District Court for the District of Hawai`i
District of Columbia
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit


Born in Honoka`a, Bryan brings in-depth understanding of the Hawai`i business community as well as first-hand experience in growing a Hawai`i-based business to a national and global scale. His practice areas integrate various aspects impacting employers and business owners, including: 

  • Franchising
  • Corporate Transactions
  • Business Strategy
  • Real Estate
  • Labor & Employment Law

Prior to joining ES&A, Bryan served as President & Chief Operating Officer (COO) of L & L Franchise, Inc., overseeing all day-to-day operations of the global franchise, including seven functional departments:  Accounting and Finance, Real Estate, Procurement and Purchasing, Human Resources, Marketing and Advertising, Franchise Development, and Franchisee Relations and Training.     

Bryan is also Principal and Instructor at the Andaya Real Estate Continuing Education School. 

Experience

  • Andaya Real Estate Continuing Education School, Principal (2022-present)
  • L & L Franchise, Inc., President & Chief Operating Officer (2008-2021)
  • Imanaka Kudo & Fujimoto, Attorney
  • Associate Justice Mario Ramil, Supreme Court of the State of Hawaii, Law Clerk
  • The Honorable Riki May Amano, Third Circuit Court of the State of Hawaii, Law Clerk

Affiliations

  • Board of Water Supply, City & County of Honolulu
    • Chair, Board of Directors
  • Goodwill Industries of Hawaii
    • Former Chair, Board of Directors
  • U.S. Senator Brian Schatz
    • Field Representative, Island of Oahu
  • Oahu Transit Services, Inc. (TheBus)
    • Member, Board of Directors

Awards and Honors

  • Pacific Business News Young Business Leader of the Year (2011)
  • Hawaii Business Magazine‚Äôs Twenty to Watch for the Next 20 Years (2010)