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NMHBA Summer Law Camp

As proud sponsors of the New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association's Annual Law Camp, today we welcomed campers with a tour of our Albuquerque office, followed by lunch with attorneys Miguel Archuleta, Jazmine Ruiz, Stefan Chacon and our summer law clerk Miguel Talamantes Guzman. NMHBA UNM Summer Law Camp New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association  Read more...

Timothy L. Garcia

Montgomery & Andrews, P.A. is please to announce that Judge Timothy Garcia (Ret.) has joined the firm. Judge Garcia served over fifteen years on the New Mexico bench before retiring to join the firm in 2018. With more than thirty-four years of legal experience as an attorney, trial judge and appellate judge, Judge Garcia now  Read more...

Suzanne C. Odom – Obtained a judgment in favor of the Board of County Commissioners of Santa Fe County

Montgomery & Andrews, P.A., is pleased to announce that Suzanne C. Odom, Esq., and Kari Olson, Esq., obtained a judgment in favor of the Board of County Commissioners of Santa Fe County following a three day bench trial on Board of County Commissioners Santa Fe County v. Gregory Fuess; D-101-CV-2015-01936. 082 Order an Judgment.  (082  Read more...

Finastra Reception

Montgomery & Andrews was proud to host a reception following a day of the 2017 Finastra Network of State & Federal Counsel Conference (Brent Moore, left, presenter Suzanne Odom, Michael Heitz, Nancy King, Randi Valverde, Kari Olson, Thomas Olson, Kaleb Brooks and Jazmine Ruiz) at the Palace of the Governors.    Read more...

Kaleb W. Brooks

  Montgomery & Andrews is pleased to announce that Kaleb Brooks joined the firm as an associate in the Santa Fe office in 2017.  Kaleb graduated summa cum laude from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law where he attained admission to the Order of the Coif and Foster Inn chapter of Phi Delta Phi. During  Read more...

Kaitlyn A. Luck

Montgomery & Andrews is pleased to announce that Kaitlyn Luck joined the firm as an associate in the Santa Fe office following her time in public service as an assistant district attorney with the Eighth Judicial District Attorney in Taos where she prosecuted a variety of misdemeanor and felony crimes. She began her practice following  Read more...

Louis W. Rose is presented with the Park Shaw Award for 2017

Montgomery & Andrews is proud to announce that Louis W. Rose was recognized by Association of Commerce and Industry for his ongoing and extraordinary service with an award that honors the memory of Park Shaw. Since 2004, ACI has recognized members’ ongoing and extraordinary service to ACI with an award that honors the memory of  Read more...

Michael R. Heitz

  Mr. Heitz joined Montgomery & Andrews after serving as Chief General Counsel at New Mexico’s Children, Youth & Family Department. He is currently of counsel to the firm. Previously, Mr. Heitz was the General Counsel at the New Mexico State Personnel Office and was a Deputy District Attorney in the 3rd Judicial  Read more...

Matthew A. Zidovsky

  Montgomery & Andrews is pleased to announce that Matthew Zidovsky joined the firm as an associate in the Santa Fe office in 2017 following a clerkship with the Honorable Judge James J. Wechsler of the New Mexico Court of Appeals. Prior to law school, Mr. Zidovsky served on the staff of  Read more...

Deborah E. Mann

Montgomery & Andrews, P.A. is pleased to announce that the American Bar Foundation has chosen Deborah Mann as the newest fellow.  This is a singular honor.  A resounding congratulations to Deb! The Fellows is an honorary organization of attorneys, judges, law faculty, and legal scholars whose public and private careers have demonstrated outstanding dedication to the welfare  Read more...

Unintended Consequences: Fraud Against Taxpayers Law Works Against Economic Development

This questionable distinction is due to a law passed in 2011 that was designed to protect taxpayers, but instead can block economic growth. Read about how a well-intentioned law can boomerang, in this week's article by Randy S. Bartell, of Montgomery & Andrews. Unintended Consequences: Fraud Against Taxpayers Law Works Against Economic Development  Read more...

26th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud Conference

David Johnson and Deb Mann recently attended the 26th Annual National Institute on Health Care Fraud in California.  Mr. Johnson moderated "The Foundations of Health Law" session.  The program advanced education, communication, professionalism, and discussion of current legal and ethical issues that arise in the health care fraud practice.      Read more...

Jesse D. Hale

Jesse D. Hale joined the firm in April of 2016 as an associate in the Albuquerque office. Jesse is a graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Law and was admitted to the State Bar of New Mexico in September, 2013. During law school, Jesse served as a board member for the  Read more...

Kari E. Olson

Kari E. Olson joined the firm as an associate in the Santa Fe office following a Clerkship with the Honorable Justice Richard C. Bosson of the New Mexico Supreme Court.  Prior to law school, Ms. Olson worked in animal husbandry overseeing the daily care of the sharks and sting rays at both the Albuquerque  Read more...