Albuquerque Business Law, P.C.
As attorneys and business owners, we at Albuquerque Business Law understand that businesses need legal representation that makes sound business sense.
The year is 2014. Beverage companies and record executives are sending rocket ships to outer-space. Hackers are hacking into your refrigerator and washing machines are Tweeting all by themselves. The internet, as most of us know it, has been lingering around for a quarter of a century or so and you've seen the light: you are now [finally] thinking … [Read More...]
LLC Membership Does Have Its Benefits So, you’ve decided to incorporate your business. Great idea! Operating as a sole proprietorship, meaning without a legal entity, can open you up to all sorts of personal liabilities. Maybe you’re already operating, or maybe you’re starting a new business. Either way, when looking to incorporate, you really … [Read More...]
Considering purchasing a property with water rights? There a few things you should know. Water is the most fundamental resource that can attach to property and it is subject to court decisions, laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, compacts and private contracts. Albuquerque Business Law can assist you with your water rights. Title to … [Read More...]
Work is a struggle for many, and it does not help when you are dealing with co-workers, supervisors, management, or administration who constantly harass you or make your life difficult. This can lead to you quitting or being terminated, for reasons well beyond your control. Workplace discrimination and hostile work environment are two aspects of … [Read More...]
It is common for a mini-development plan to consist of a five to ten acre parcel that is split into several smaller lots. It’s best when well share agreements are in place. The developer will have one “exempt” domestic water well drilled to serve all of the lots. In order to remain exempt from regulation the well will serve a small … [Read More...]