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Miller Stratvert Supports Children's Grief Center of New Mexico, Inc.

Categories: Community

Miller Stratvert is honored to support the Children's Grief Center of New Mexico, Inc.  Our gift helps in making camp possible for kids, from all over the state, in need of heart wise support due to the loss of a loved one. 

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Richard L. Alvidrez is Elected to Serve on The Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce Board

Categories: Recognition

Richard L. Alvidrez

Richard L. Alvidrez

Congratulations to Attorney Richard L. Alvidrez on being elected to serve a one-year term as a Board Member of The Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce.  In addition, Mr. Alvidrez has also been elected to serve as the Education Chair of The Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce. Congratulations, Rick!

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Defense Verdict in Favor of Defendant in State District Court in Albuquerque

Categories: Results

Stephen M. Williams and Dan A. Akenhead

Stephen M. Williams and Dan A. Akenhead

Steve Williams and Dan Akenhead received a defense verdict on behalf of their client, a national security company, after a 3 day jury trial in State District Court in Albuquerque.  In the trial, the plaintiff claimed that the security company was responsible for injuries she sustained when she fell into a sinkhole adjacent to the National Hispanic Cultural Center and asked the jury to award $3,000,000 in damages.  The jury deliberated for less than an hour before rejecting ...

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Las Cruces Jury Rules in Favor of New Mexico State University

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Cody Rogers and Holly Agajanian

Cody Rogers and Holly Agajanian

Attorneys Cody Rogers and Holly Agajanian represented New Mexico State University (“NMSU”) in a discrimination lawsuit before a Las Cruces jury on Tuesday, May 31, 2016.  Plaintiff, Heather Oesterreich, sued NMSU for discrimination and retaliation based on sexual orientation and the refusal to conform to gender norms.  Plaintiff was seeking damages including lost wages and benefits, attorney fees, as well as for pain, suffering and mental anguish.  The Jury reached its ...

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