Practice Areas: Contracts(15%); Construction Law(70%); Complex Litigation(15%)
Admitted: 1983, California; 1999, New Mexico; U.S. District Court, Central District of California; U.S. District Court, District of New Mexico; U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
Law School: University of California School of Law at Los Angeles, J.D.
Member: American Bar Association; State Bar of California; State Bar of New Mexico.
Biography: Comment Editor, UCLA Law Review. Law Clerk to Judge Alfred T. Goodwin, U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals; Shea & Gould and Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Los Angeles offices. Co-Author: New Mexico Fraud Against Taxpayers (False Claims) Act, NMSA Sections 44-9-1 et seq. Former Assistant General Counsel, New Mexico Department of Transportation; Former Vice-President/General Counsel, Bradbury Stamm Construction Company. Lecturer, "Disruption, Delay and the Contractor Claims Procedure," New Mexico Department of Transportation; "Construction Delay Claims in New Mexico," Lorman Education Series; "The Fundamentals of Construction Contracts, Lorman Education Series; "New Mexico's Preference Law: What's Going On?" New Mexico Public Procurement Institute. Author: "How to Choose a Construction Expert," 37 The Practical Lawyer, No. 7, 19-28; "Preventing and Solving Construction Disputes by H. Murray Hohns," 27 UCLA Law Review 56.
Place of birth: Montgomery, Alabama
Cases: Bradbury & Stamm Construction v. Bernalillo County, 131 N.M. 293;35 P.3d 298 (2001).
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