Martinez represents Santa Fe couple suing SFPD after being attacked by cuffed suspect

By | Civil Litigation

June 7, 2019 | Santa Fe New Mexican Kristina Martinez filed a lawsuit on behalf of her clients, Adrianna and Manuel Chavez, against the city of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Police Department and a cuffed shoplifting suspect. The suit filed in District Court states Ryan Martinez escaped from an interview room inside the Santa Fe Police Department when he was…

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Ferlic sues Taxation and Revenue Department on behalf of Ultra Heath

By | Business Law

January 23, 2019  Santa Fe New Mexican Ultra Health, New Mexico’s largest producer of medical marijuana, is suing the Taxation and Revenue Department for 1.54 million in collected gross receipts tax plus attorneys fees. In the lawsuit, Ultra Health is seeking medical cannabis to be treated as medicine which is exempt from gross receipt tax. “Affordability is an issue for…

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Ferlic’s sex abuse lawsuit finds foster parent indicted on 13 felony charges

By | Personal Injury

January 15, 2019  Albuquerque Journal Attorney Kate Ferlic’s sex abuse lawsuit against CYFD and Familyworks finds foster parent Clarence Garcia indicted on 13 felony charges including multiple counts of rape and criminal sexual contact with a minor. Despite almost two decades of sexual abuse and misconduct claims against Garcia, CYFD and Familyworks continued to place minors spanning in ages from…

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Egolf represents Ultra Health in lawsuit against NM Health Department

By | Business Law

December 17, 2018  Santa Fe New Mexican Attorney Brian Egolf filed a lawsuit against New Mexico Health Department on behalf of Ultra Health, the state’s largest producer and retailer of medical cannabis. The lawsuit questions the validity of the Health Department’s Medical Cannabis Program having the authority to license manufacturers of medical marijuana. New Mexico’s medical marijuana laws require cannabis…

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Judge Rules In Favor of Susan O’Leary in Public Records Case

By | Civil Rights Advocacy

October 25, 2018 | Los Alamos Daily Post Carol A. Clark District Court Judge Stephen T. Pacheco has ruled in favor of Los Alamos County Councilor Susan O’Leary in the suit brought forth by former Los Alamos resident Patrick Brenner and his mother Lisa Brenner seeking release of O’Leary’s private emails sent and received May 15, 2017. Attorney Kate Ferlic of…

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Egolf representing Susan Popovich’s estate in the wrongful death lawsuit

By | Uncategorized

October 19, 2018 | Albuquerque Journal Brian Egolf is representing Susan Popovich’s estate in a wrongful death lawsuit against Monarch Stone Company, truck driver Rudy Maestas and his company DRM Trucking. Popovich was tragically killed in an automobile accident in August 2017 when Maestes ran a red light on 285 near Eldorado and crashed his semi into Popovich’s silver Mazda….

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Ferlic files sexual harassment lawsuit against Miners’ Colfax

By | Employment Law

August 31, 2018  Albuquerque Journal Represented by Kate Ferlic, Gail Stoecker has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Miners’ Colfax Medical Center and the board of trustees of the Miners’ Hospital of New Mexico. According to the Albuquerque Journal the lawsuit states, “both parties of violating the New Mexico Human Rights Act and also of negligence.” “Gail is a very brave…

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Ferlic Represents 295 Navajo Nation members suing EPA over Gold King Mine spill

By | Civil Litigation, Uncategorized

August 11, 2018 | Albuquerque Journal Kate Ferlic is representing 295 Navajo Nation ranchers and farmers suing the Environmental Protective Agency over the 2015 Gold King Mine spill that released over 3 million gallons of toxic waste water and 352 tons of heavy metals into the Animas and San Juan Rivers.  The Navajo Nation members were severely economically impacted due…

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Former APS Employee Files Whistleblower Lawsuit

By | Employment Law

May 10, 2018   Albuquerque Journal Kate Ferlic filed a whistleblower lawsuit on behalf of former Albuquerque Public Schools employee Antonio Montano. During his employment as a groundskeeper he was instructed multiple times to illegally dump chemicals into a drainage ditch near The Pit, University of New Mexico’s sports arena. When Montano refused to depose of hazardous chemicals into the ditch,…

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