• Evicting a Commercial Client

    Are you a landlord with a problem client in Albuquerque, New Mexico that is becoming a detriment to your bottom line? When you have no other recourse for handling a commercial client you will want a competent and…
  • My Tenant Destroyed My Albuquerque Property! Now What?

    It’s every property owner’s worst nightmare: despite your best efforts to carefully screen your tenants for responsible individuals who will care for your commercial real estate, you find out that your tenant has destroyed your property. You…
  • Evicting A Commercial Tenant in Albuquerque

    Although commercial rental property can be a lucrative investment, sometimes it is necessary to end the lease by means of eviction. Whether your tenant has broken the terms of their lease, failed to pay rent, or engaged in criminal activity…
  • Examples of Bad Faith Insurance Practices

    Suffering a personal injury is a painful, scary experience that can be made even more difficult if you experience an act of bad faith insurance that your insurance company should be held accountable for. Those injured at work count…
  • Common Commercial Real Estate Disputes

    The commercial property industry is a complicated business with a extensive set of ever-changing legal parameters often leading to nasty, costly commercial real estate disputes that can have long-term consequences for all parties…
  • What is a First Party Bad Faith Insurance Claim?

    You may be a victim of a first-party bad faith insurance claim if you had an insurance claim that should have been paid to you, but was not. There are a few different types of first-party bad faith insurance…
  • Morgan Stanley Pays After Investment Advisory Arbitration

    “Morgan Stanley wants to have its cake and eat it, too,” Mr. Marrs said. “When the wheels come off, you want to repudiate the investment-advisory nature of the account. Now, all of the sudden, it is a de facto brokerage…
  • RECENT INSURANCE BAD-FAITH CASE (2017)

    Victoria White v. Safeway Insurance Company (New Mexico Second Judicial District Case No. D-202-CV-2011-05632)   My grandmother used to have a folksy saying when we were growing up:  “Don’t let a little hangnail turn into an ingrown toe!”  By that,…
  • Protocol Cracking, Breakaway Path Remains Rock Solid

    More than 1,600 securities firms are party to the Protocol, the set of recruiting and transition rules established in 2004 designed to alleviate a large number of recruiting and breakaway lawsuits and arbitration claims. Under the Protocol, departing brokers are…
  • Kokesh, SEC case to be heard before Supreme Court

    On Tuesday April 18, Kokesh v. Securities and Exchange Commission, a case litigated by Clinton Marrs, will be heard before U.S. Supreme Court. At issue is whether the SEC’s reach in collecting reimbursements for security crimes should be limited and…
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