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Sizing Up Traditional Cultural Property in New Mexico

New Mexico is a land of vast expanses, mountains, mesas, and rich cultural heritages.  Cultural and historic properties are protected by New Mexico law in a manner that can impose significant restrictions and additional permitting requirements.  But should that protection extend to…

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Ruling Jeopardizes Albuquerque’s Non-Consumptive Use of Rio Grande Water

Albuquerque, NM On Monday, November 28, the New Mexico Court of Appeals decided a water law case which implicates the ability of Albuquerque to provide water to its populace. Until the last few years, Albuquerque pumped water from an aquifer and offset…

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Doug Schneebeck completes El Tour de Tucson

Doug Schneebeck, a shareholder at Modrall Sperling, recently rode and completed El Tour de Tucson — where, along with his wife Jean, he rode 111.5 miles on a…

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Confidentiality Agreements and Due Diligence

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Modrall Sperling Hires Six New Associates for the Albuquerque Office

Modrall Sperling has hired six new associates: Jennifer L. Bradfute, Katherine M. Creagan, Jeremy K. Harrison, Jason J. Rudd, Elizabeth A. Martinez and Sarah M. Stevenson.  Jennifer Bradfute will practice in the areas of Natural Resources, Litigation and Indian Law. She received her law degree from George Mason School of…

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Commercial Real Estate Workouts And Foreclosure Issues

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U.S. News/Best Law Firm Rankings 2011-2012

Washington D.C. –November 1, 2011– U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers® have released the 2011-2012 “Best Law Firms” rankings, marking the second edition of this highly-anticipated annual…

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