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Tiffany O.

Attorney
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Washington, Utah
8 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NM UT
J. Reuben Clark Law School

Tiffany received her Juris Doctorate from the J. Reuben Clark Law School, Magna Cum Laude. She is admitted to the Utah State Bar and the New Mexico State Bar. She practices in the areas of real estate, general business, business formation, employment agreements, and civil litigation.

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October 1, 2022

Tina T.

Attorney
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New Mexico
2 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NM
Arizona Summit Law School

I am a New Mexico licensed attorney with many years of world experience in real estate, transactional law, social security disability law, immigration law, consumer law, and estate planning.

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January 26, 2023

Judi P.

Attorney
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New Mexico
4 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NM
Arizona Summit Law School

Driven attorney with a knack for alternative dispute resolution, real estate, corporate law, immigration, and basic estate planning, with superb people skills and high emotional intelligence, and for working smart and efficiently, as well as time and financial management skills to deliver excellent legal work and solutions to legal issues. Seasoned with 20+ years of law firm and legal experience (real estate/corporate).

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June 19, 2023

Derek C.

Real Estate Attorney
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Tampa
10 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NM FL, NY
Barry University

Attorney with over 10+ years' experience and have closed over $1 Billion in real estate, telecommunications, & business transactions

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July 27, 2023

James N.

Owner-Attorney
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Colorado, New Mexico, Missouri
12 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NM CO
University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law

I'm a Chicago native and Kansas City transplant that has made regulatory compliance and civil administrative litigation for heavily regulated industries my niche for the past decade.

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July 31, 2023

Daniel W.

Principal Attorney
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Gallup, New Mexico
14 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NM ID, WA
Seattle University School of Law

In my thirteen years of practice, I've had the opportunity to argue cases in state, federal, and tribal courts; in subjects as diverse as gaming, land tenure, water rights, treaty rights, finance, employment, criminal defense, conflict of laws, and tort (among others). But the real value I brought my clients came through avoiding litigation, fostering relationships, and developing long-term strategies.

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January 29, 2024

Damian T.

Founding Partner
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Albuquerque, NM
2 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NM
New York University School of Law

Damian is a founding partner of Holon Law Partners. He began his career as an officer in the Marine Corps, managing legal affairs for his command in Okinawa, Japan. In this role, he conducted investigations, assembled juries for courts martial, and advised his commander on criminal justice matters. Damian was twice selected to serve as his unit’s liaison to the Japanese government and self-defense forces. Damian later worked as a transactional attorney in New York, where he handled commercial real estate, finance, and restructuring matters. He has also participated in insider trading investigations at the SEC, worked on compliance at a private equity firm, and managed legal operations and special projects at a vertically integrated cannabis company in New Mexico. Damian draws on these diverse experiences to provide his clients with creative solutions to thorny legal issues – from negotiating commercial leases to managing complex securities offerings. In addition to practicing law, Damian volunteers as a research assistant at the University of New Mexico Medical School’s McCormick Lab – studying the microbiology of longevity and aging. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his two pit bulls and pursuing his passions for foreign languages, art, philosophy, and fitness. Damian resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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December 4, 2021

Brittany B.

Attorney
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Ann Arbor, MI
10 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MI
Wayne State University Law School

Brittany advises startups and emerging and public companies at all stages of growth, with focuses on formation and corporate governance matters, securities, venture capital financings, M&A and other strategic transactions, commercial contracts and general corporate counseling. Brittany represents clients across a broad spectrum of industries, including technology, automotive, mobility, digital health, consumer products and manufacturing.

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December 5, 2021

James A.

Attorney at Law
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Birmingham, AL
7 Yrs Experience
Licensed in AL
Birmingham School of Law

James Allen is a native of Birmingham, Alabama. Mr. Allen has a considerable amount of experience in the areas of domestic relations, family law, criminal law, and general civil litigation, both at trial and on appeal in state court.

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December 6, 2021

Emily Y.

Partner
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Colorado Springs, Colorado
8 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO
University of Colorado

I am available to advise on entity formation, contracts, and employment policies. I am also comfortable litigating business disputes including partnership disputes and employment cases. Prior to opening my current practice, I worked for several years in a small civil litigation practice focused on employment matters and civil litigation. I attended law school at the University of Colorado, and I went to the University of British Columbia for my undergraduate education.

Employment Legal Questions and Answers

Employment

Employment Agreement

California

Asked on Jul 27, 2022

In California, Is a Non-Circumvention agreement signed as an employee be enforceable if the employer lays off said employee?

As an employee I was presented and signed a Non-Disclosure & Non-Circumvention agreement. I was recently told that Friday July 29, 2022 is my last day solely because the employer can no longer afford my position. They have also presented the idea of hiring me as an independent contractor. In the proposal, my current employer reminded me of the signed agreement. I would like to know if I sign the agreement for contracted work, is the Non-Circumvention agreement still valid since the Employer Employee relationship has ceased at no fault of the employee?

Howard B.

Answered Aug 21, 2022

You will need to talk to someone in California, specifically. I am not licensed in your state. Generally, it is possible for terms of an agreement to service termination of other aspects of the agreement. This comes up in employment contracts all the time. The answer to your question most likely exists in the text of your agreement. Take that to a local attorney - aside from the text in the document, there may well be case law in California that would set an upper limit on how long such restrictions can last.

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Employment

Noncompete Agreement

New Jersey

Asked on Apr 15, 2021

Can I work for a competitor with my current noncompete?

I have ended my non competent consulting agreement with my current employee and I have an offer to work as an employer “not as consultant” with a competitor company to my privious employees so can I work as an employee without any problem? The consultant agreement says the following: Under any circumstances the consultant shall not engage directly or indirectly either as a principal agent , consultant,stock holder , partner or in any other capacity whatsoever have any other relationship with any business which compete with the company in USA.

Donya G.

Answered Apr 15, 2021

I would need to review the agreement to see what it says, what is prohibited. Will need to see the agreement. Generally non competes have a set time frame. Has that time frame already passed? DISCLAIMER The answers to these questions do not constitute legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship with the attorney and anyone who reviews these responses.

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Employment

Employment Contract

California

Asked on Apr 22, 2023

What's intellectual property in an employment contract?

I recently accepted a job offer that contained an employment contract. The contract states that I will not use any intellectual property of the company without prior written consent. I am unsure what exactly constitutes as intellectual property and would like to get a better understanding of the definition of intellectual property in the context of an employment contract.

Russell M.

Answered Apr 28, 2023

Your Agreement may contain a definition like this: “Intellectual Property” means recognized protectable rights and interests such as: patents (whether or not issued), copyrights, trademarks, service marks, applications for any of the foregoing, inventions, Confidential Information, trade secrets, trade dress, domain names, logos, insignia, color combinations, slogans, moral rights, right of publicity, author’s rights, contract and licensing rights, works, mask works, industrial design rights, rights of priority, know how, design flows, methodologies, devices business processes, developments, innovations. But a few of these are going to be most likely available to you. Internal company know-how or “ how we do things here that help us succeed”. Note the words “Confidential Information”. Confidential Information is another defined term which includes customer and employee information, pricing and business strategy and plans, among others.

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Employment

Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement

Maryland

Asked on Jun 29, 2024

Can an employer enforce a non-disclosure agreement even after termination of employment?

I recently left my job at a tech company where I had signed a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) during the onboarding process. The NDA stated that I am prohibited from disclosing any confidential information about the company, its products, or its clients. Now that I have left the company, I am unsure if the NDA still applies to me and if the company can take legal action against me if I share any information that I learned during my employment. I want to know if the NDA is still enforceable even after termination of my employment.

Darryl S.

Answered Jun 30, 2024

Often NDAs are enforceable after employment, but the specific terms of the NDA will control and should be reviewed.

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Employment

Demand Letter

Washington

Asked on Sep 17, 2023

Response to an unfair demand letter?

I recently received a demand letter from a former employer, accusing me of violating our employment agreement. The allegations are false and I believe the demands made in the letter are unfair. I am seeking legal advice to understand my rights and how I can respond to the demand letter.

Merry A.

Answered Sep 19, 2023

Hello - so sorry that you received this. First off, be aware that there is zero requirement that you reply to a demand letter; sometimes, strategically, it's better not to, because anything you say could be used against you should the employer escalate the matter. Second, in many demand letters, a lawsuit is threatened, but many people make threats and never follow through with a lawsuit. Third, if the letter is from the employer, rather than from an attorney, it's less likely to be factually and legall accurate than if it came from an attorney. Finally, if you are concerned, it'd be a good idea to have the letter AND your contract AND any other pertinent information reviewed by an employment attorney. I'd be happy to help you with this if you'd like to request me, and I can almost always provide a quick turnaround.

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