As the film and television industries continue to develop in New Mexico, the need for competitively priced legal counsel increases.
Our knowledge of New Mexico’s judicial systems, coupled with our expertise in matters related to real estate, contracts, intellectual property, tax, and labor and employment (including collective bargaining), gives our clients extraordinary value for their investment in legal services. Clients appreciate Rodey’s understanding of — and reputation in — New Mexico’s legal and business communities. If you have an entertainment project in our state, adding Rodey to your team increases the possibility that your money and your time will be well spent.
As one of New Mexico’s largest business practices, the Rodey Law Firm’s business lawyers have the experience, knowledge and resources to provide entertainment industry clients with innovative, efficient and economical solutions for a full-range of business matters. Our real estate and commercial transaction experience includes a wide range of projects, from small to large, both local and national. Our attorneys have experience helping clients in the planning, acquisition, sale, development, construction, leasing and financing many such projects.
Rodey attorneys have been reviewing, advising and writing contracts and agreements for clients since we opened our doors. We have helped clients with all types of contracts and agreements in all areas of law. Among them:
Consulting, employment and non-compete agreements
Technology Transfer Agreements
Should your projects require intellectual property counsel, our attorneys have considerable experience in domestic intellectual property law, including creation, protection, transfer of rights and enforcement. Our practice is broad, based on an extensive background in patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and related areas of law.
Rodey’s employment law practice represents local, regional and national employers. Our attorneys are knowledgeable in all federal and state laws affecting the employer-employee relationship. We have substantial experience representing employers in a wide variety of employment matters in federal and state courts and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New Mexico Human Rights Division, the New Mexico Workers’ Compensation Administration and other agencies. We also advise clients in non-adversarial aspects of labor relations including employment terminations and structuring grievance procedures.
When you do business in New Mexico, you almost certainly will require informed tax counsel. Our tax practice covers the entire spectrum of federal and state taxation, including tax controversies, both at administrative levels and in litigation. We have extensive New Mexico state tax experience, including corporate and individual income taxes, gross receipts taxes, film incentive tax rebates, property taxes and excise taxes. We provide state and local tax advice to in-state, out-of-state, and multi-state businesses, as well as representation at audits, administrative appeals and, if necessary, in court. We represent individuals, corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships in all aspects of tax and business planning.
Our litigation lawyers have a distinguished history of trying and winning jury and non-jury cases in all of New Mexico’s state and federal courts. We have a reputation of successfully arguing cases on appeal in the state and federal systems. We work with our clients to achieve the best possible settlement when a resolution short of trial is appropriate. We always seek to obtain the very best results for our clients at every stage of the legal process.
If you are entertaining a project in New Mexico, it makes economic and practical sense to call Rodey first.
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