Modrall Sperling Law Firm

Attorneys Haley Adams and Adam Wright Join Modrall Sperling

Modrall Sperling is pleased to announce that Haley Adams and Adam Wright have joined the firm’s Albuquerque office. Haley Adams focuses her practice on energy, water, environmental and…

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Modrall Sperling Named a Top New Mexico Firm

U.S. News Best Lawyers® named Modrall Sperling a top firm in 42 areas of law in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, and recognized the firm as a top firm…

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Minerals for New Technologies and Low Carbon Economies

Co-Authored by Stuart Butzier – Modrall Sperling and Casper Herler – Borenius Attorneys, Helsinki, Finland Originally printed in the Newsletter of the International Bar Association’s Mining Law Committee…

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Albuquerque Economic Development Recognizes Modrall Sperling

Albuquerque Economic Development (AED) recently honored Modrall Sperling for exceptional, long-term support of the organization’s mission. Stuart Butzier, Vice President of Modrall Sperling, accepted AED’s Legacy Member Certificate…

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Attorneys Jamie Allen and Amanda Krasulick Join Modrall Sperling

Modrall Sperling is pleased to announce that Jamie Allen and Amanda Krasulick have joined the firm’s Albuquerque office. Jamie Allen, a graduate of Emory University School of Law,…

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Michelle Hernandez Honored as a Diverse Business Leader

Michelle Hernandez, a Shareholder with Modrall Sperling, has been selected as an individual honoree for the Albuquerque Business First Diverse Business Leader Awards, honoring New Mexico business leaders…

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Court Affirms Contested Mine Permit Revision Changing Underground Uranium Mine from Standby to Active Status

In an appeal on the record taken by environmental groups pursuant to Rule 1-074 NMRA, the First Judicial District Court in Santa Fe affirmed a significant revision of Mt. Taylor Mine’s existing mine permit originally issued decades ago under the 1993 New…

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Water Quality Control Commission Unanimously Upholds Proposed Mine’s Groundwater Discharge Permit Issued Under the Copper Rule

On August 13–14, 2019, in what many view as bellwether cases, the New Mexico Environment Department’s (NMED) Water Quality Control Commission (WQCC) decided two administrative appeal challenges to the first-ever groundwater discharge permit (DP) issued by NMED to a proposed new copper…

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New Mexico Produced Water Act

The New Mexico Legislature passed by an overwhelming majority, and Governor Lujan Grisham signed, the Produced Water Act, a bipartisan effort to encourage and facilitate the recycling and reuse of produced water by oil and gas producers and the conservation of fresh…

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Roberta Cooper Ramo Speaks at Fall Women’s Summit

October 10, 2019 8:30 a.m. Sandia Golf Club, Albuquerque, New Mexico Shareholder Roberta Cooper Ramo serves as a panelist on multi-generational leadership by women. Topics include where do…

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