The law firm of Montgomery & Andrews, PA has extensive experience in representing clients in complex commercial litigation.  Such representation has included a substantial mortgage foreclosure action involving a major Albuquerque office building, a foreclosure of security instruments covering the assets of a potash mine and related facilities, the defense ERISA actions by former employees of the potash mining facility, defense of coverage litigation against insurance carriers arising from land subdivision development and from alleged sexual molestation by Roman Catholic clergy, defense of corporate clients and individuals in suits brought under the False Claims Act, defense of franchise tax litigation against public utilities, suits to recovery compensating taxes by an oil and gas servicing company, defense of legal malpractice actions and defense of suits against accounting firms for errors allegedly committed by predecessor firms, natural gas contract litigation, quiet title suits involving substantial acreage and valuable oil and gas properties, and environmental litigation under the National Environmental Policy Act.

As part of its complex litigation practice, the law firm of Montgomery & Andrews, PA has extensive experience in the defense of antitrust and trade regulation cases in a variety of industries.  The firm provided the lead New Mexico trial lawyer in the liability jury trial of a residential class action antitrust case against New Mexico’s principal natural gas utility known as the New Mexico Natural Gas Antitrust Litigation.  The firm has represented New Mexico’s principal telecommunications provider in litigation known as the Inside Wire Antitrust Litigation.  In addition, the firm has defended corporate clients in antitrust and restraint of trade involving the air conditioning industry, pharmaceutical industry and the building materials industry.