Modrall Sperling Law Firm

Mia Kern on Advisory Committee for Children’s Law

Mia Kern, an associate with Modrall Sperling, has been tapped to serve on a University of New Mexico School of Law Advisory Committee charged with designing a new…

POSTED IN: News

Tiffany Roach Martin Receives AV® Rating

Tiffany Roach Martin has achieved a rating of AV® from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available based on a peer review. Tiffany maintains an active and diverse civil litigation practice focused on…

POSTED IN: News

Enforceability of Arbitration Provisions in Agreements with Tribes or Tribal Entities

Over the past few years, federal courts have seen an influx of cases involving challenges to “payday” lending agreements referencing tribal law or courts, and involving Western Sky Financial, LLC and/or related entities or persons. Some of these agreements include an arbitration…

POSTED IN: Articles

Joan Drake Named Chair of New Mexico First

Joan E. Drake, a Modrall Sperling shareholder, has been named Chair of the Board of Directors for New Mexico First, a non-partisan public policy organization that engages people…

POSTED IN: News

Two Named Top 250 Women in Litigation

Jennifer Anderson and Samantha Adams have been named to Benchmark Litigation’s prestigious list of the Top 250 Women in Litigation 2015 for the fourth consecutive year. Benchmark’s editors report, “Jennifer Anderson is…

POSTED IN: Recognition

EEOC Recommends Pro-active Training and Well-defined Policies to Help Employers Protect Themselves Against Costly Employment Lawsuits

Modrall Sperling attorneys Megan Muirhead and Jennifer Anderson recently sat down with local EEOC director Derick Newton to discuss best practices for New Mexico businesses. Director Newton’s number one recommendation for New Mexico businesses is to have “ongoing trainings” and “well-defined policies which…

POSTED IN: Articles

Medical Marijuana and Employment Discrimination in New Mexico

Although medical marijuana is now legal in twenty-three states, including New Mexico, it remains illegal under federal law. This creates a challenging legal landscape for employers who want or need to drug test employees, but do not want to expose themselves to…

POSTED IN: Articles

Thanks for signing up!

Sign up to stay in touch!

Sign up to get interesting news and updates delivered to your inbox.

Employment Law
Native American Law
Natural Resources and Energy Law
Water Law