Kate Ferlic talks about Access to Justice

By | In The Media

By Julie Ann GrimmApril 8, 2020 | Santa Fe Reporter Alia Attallah’s shift from professional actor to law school student was unexpected. But so was going to court two years ago to take out a restraining order against her former boyfriend. “I had never thought twice about the law until I needed the law’s protection,” Attallah tells SFR. Newly accepted…

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Whistleblowers in Presbyterian case fight for more money

By | Administrative Law, Civil Litigation

Feb 25, 2020 | Santa Fe New MexicanBy Phaedra Haywood Three women whose lawsuit helped New Mexico collect $18.5 million in unpaid taxes from the state’s largest health insurance provider are fighting for what they say is their share of additional money collected through a subsequent administrative proceeding. Former Office of the Superintendent of Insurance employees Monica Galloway, Shawna Maestas…

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DOH Attorney Email to Egolf – Non Resident Medical Cannabis Cards will be Issued

By | Civil Litigation

Santa Fe New Mexican | September 24, 2019 In an email to attorney Brian Egolf, counsel for the The New Mexico Department of Health stated it will abide by judge’s orders and issue medical cannabis cards to out of state residents. Department of Health attorney Chris D. Woodward email said, ““We apologize if there was any miscommunication with the media…

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Kyle Harwood pens “Be a Business Friend” in the Santa Fe Reporter

By | Uncategorized

September 18, 2019 | Santa Fe Reporter Attorney Kyle Harwood pens “Be a Business Friend” article in the Santa Fe Reporter, a program to support local independent journalism. Kyle writes, “We at Egolf + Ferlic + Martinez + Harwood, Attorneys at Law, are thrilled to be among the very first Business Friends of the Reporter. We appreciate local businesses providing…

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Ferlic represents whistleblowers in case against a New Mexico state agency

By | Employment Law

August 10, 2019 | Albuquerque Journal Attorney Kate Ferlic filed a whistleblower lawsuit against New Mexico’s Office of the Superintendent of Insurance on behalf of Shawna Maestas. Maestas, a former financial audit bureau chief of the agency, discovered and reported incorrect underpayments from insurance providers. According to the Albuquerque Journal, after she reported the underpayments to Attorney General Hector Balderas’…

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Ultra Heath attorney Brian Egolf concerned about medical marijuana plant restrictions

By | Business Law

July 9 | Santa Fe Reporter Ultra Health attorney Brian Egolf spoke to the Santa Fe Reporter about the medical marijuana industry in New Mexico regarding the restrictions of growing, selling, and dispensing of cannabis, which he feels may lead card holders to the black market. “I think it’s very clear that there’s tremendous patient demand for affordable medicine,” Egolf…

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