State v. Ochoa: The End of Pretextual Stops in New Mexico?, 42 New Mexico Law Review 595 (2012)
Making a Claim for Negligent Hiring, Training, Supervision, and Retention Under the NM Tort Claims Act
Restoring the Jury’s Role in Deciding Questions of Foreseeability after Rodriguez v. Del Sol Shopping Center, The New Mexico Trial Lawyer (September/October 2014)
Making a Claim for Negligent Hiring, Training, Supervision and Retention under the New Mexico Tort Claims Act, The New Mexico Trial Lawyer (November/December 2014)Verdict: When a “Stray Bullet” is Inevitable: Santa Fe Jury Verdict Holds Condo Complex Accountable for Failures to Enforce Safety Rules, The New Mexico Trial Lawyer (March/April 2015)
Verdict: Diego Fierro, individually and as Personal Representative of the Estate of Sarahy Fierro et al. v. Eric Peterson, M.D., et al., The New Mexico Trial Lawyer (May/June 2015)
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