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Albuquerque Business First honored 40 of the state best young professionals at its 40 Under Forty event Thursday evening. About 500 people attended the event, which included cocktails and dinner, at Sandia Resort & Casino. The honorees included three young professionals under the age of 30. The 40 Under Forty judges picked two 40 Under Forty Most Outstanding award recipients from the group: one in the under-30 category and one in the under-40 group. Click on the accompanying slide show

Negotiate Your Way to Success: Best Practices for Women Rainmakers Do you want to better leverage your negotiation style? Learn how to prepare to ensure the best possible outcome? Are you concerned that you may unwittingly sabotage the outcome when negotiating for yourself? Are you interested in learning how to identify and use the best alternative to a negotiated agreement? If so, please join us at the upcoming ABA Women Rainmakers Spring 2014 workshop, “Negotiate Your Way to Success: Best

Posted: Monday, February 24, 2014 8:00 pm By Chris Quintana The New Mexican Four of the Santa Fe Fire Departments upper level employees have claimed the city owes them nearly $148,000 in unpaid overtime dating back to 2009. Albuquerque attorney Antonia Roybal-Mack wrote in a news release that four of the departments battalion chiefs Reyes Naranjo, David Sandoval, Martin Sena and Mary Cassidy had not been paid for a total of a combined 5,531.86 hours worth $147,973.  The fire departments

For Immediate Release Santa Fe, NM – Four City of Santa Fe Fire Department Battalion Chiefs have sent a demand letter to the city asking for back pay in the amount of $147,973.00 for work dating back to 2009. The amount of money represents 5,531.86 hours of overtime work for which they have not been compensated. They have been attempting to be paid pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA) with no success. They are also asking the protections

STATE POLICE OFFICER APPEALS HIS TERMINATION. January 21, 2014 For Immediate ReleaseContact: Antonia Roybal-Mack Roybal-Mack & Cordova, P.C. (505) 288-3500 Taos, New Mexico Former New Mexico State Police Officer, Elias Montoya, was featured on ABC’S Good Morning America and Nightline on Friday January 17, 2014. Former Officer Montoya was involved in an incident near Taos that resulted in his termination with the state police in December. The programs gave Elias his first opportunity to present his side of the incident

ByRYAN OWENSviaGOOD MORNING AMERICA A former New Mexico state police officer who fired shots at a minivan during a chaotic traffic stop last year had no idea the vehicle was full of children and his “heart sank” when he finally realized it, he told ABC News in an exclusive interview. Elias Montoya, 53, was terminated in December after he fired three shots at the vehicle carrying a mother and her five children ranging in ages from 6 and 16. Montoya

Story by By Alex Goldsmith and video from KRQE News 3 ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The attorney for a state cop fired last week for shooting at a minivan full of kids tells News 13 her client deserves his job back. The incident happened in late October during a traffic stop that became chaotic. It started when Memphis mom Oriana Farrell drove off before rookie New Mexico State Police officer Tony DeTavis could give her a ticket. After Farrell pulled over

Community Plans March for State Police Officer STATE POLICE OFFICER INTENDS TO FILE AN APPEAL FOR WRONGFUL TERMINATION December 8, 2013 For Immediate Release Contact: Antonia Roybal-Mack Roybal-Mack Law PC (505) 288-3500 Taos, New Mexico, Elias Montoya, a former New Mexico State Police Officer was wrongfully terminated by the New Mexico State Police on December 6, 2013. Montoya, a husband and father of three, intends to appeal his termination. Montoya is a veteran New Mexico State Police Officer with many

Albuquerque Business First Antonia Roybal-Mack owner of Roybal-Mack Law PC has be awarded an ABA Law Practice Division Fellowship for Class of 2013-2014.