Nan Inc Lawsuits

Nan Inc Lawsuits? Why did we decided to dedicate a page to lawsuits? The answer is simple. There’s a lot of false information to be found online and we wanted to clear things up with our customers. This page will be frequently updated to make sure you have all the information you need on one page.

(last update: 23th of June 2022)

False and Untrue Lawsuits

Over the years, our construction business called Nan Inc has received many false and untrue lawsuits. That’s why we decided to create this article. We want to explain more about these frivolous lawsuits that many people bring against us.

If you don’t believe us, you can read the apology letters here.

Background Story

Patrick Shin has been under attack by false and untrue lawsuits. We decided to make this post to clearify some things. We even dedicated a whole website to it (find that website here). On that site, you can find more information about everything related to our lawsuits.

The HART Project

Nan Inc Lawsuit: How Nan Inc Won the Rail Related Whistleblower Lawsuit

‘’There has been a lot of commotion about this new railway project’’, says Patrick Shin, owner of Nan Inc Construction. It’s hard to satisfy everyone with a project of this magnitude. Nan Inc has done a lot of volunteering projects for the Hawaiian community, and for Patrick Shin the community will always come first. Nan Inc tries to do the best work possible for all parties. That’s why it’s very hurtful to receive a false lawsuit. The Honolulu Rail Transit Project On the blog of this website, you will also be able to read more stories about the HART metro system that is being built on Honolulu, Hawaii. The Honolulu Rail Transit Project (also called HART) is a light metro system under construction in Honolulu County, Hawaii, USA. Nan Inc has been awarded some major projects to help build this revolutionary railway system on the big island. It will become the first large-scale publicly run metro system in the United States to feature platform screen doors and driverless train sets. The first part of the project will link East Kapolei on the ʻEwa Plain and Aloha Stadium and is scheduled to open in late 2021. Its second part continuing the line across urban Honolulu to Ala Moana Center is due to open in December 2026. Patrick Shin is convinced this Railway will make Hawaii a safer and more accessible place for tourists as well as the locals.