Sheehan and Sheehan, Attorneys at Law

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We are guided by our own values of compassion, integrity, and accountability to help our clients overcome their legal barriers.

We honor the long and distinguished tradition of our firm through forward-thinking and honest hard work for the private, public, and non-profit entities that form the backbone of our community.

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Construction Law in New Mexico

New Mexico Construction Law

Timothy M. Sheehan, a Director and Shareholder of Sheehan & Sheehan P.A., is the author of a treatise entitledConstruction Law in New Mexico, which provides members of the construction industry and lawyers with a comprehensive overview of construction law in the State.

In addition, he is an experienced mediator and arbitrator. Mr. Sheehan is a member of the American Arbitration Association’s Construction Industry Arbitration Panel for complex construction law matters, and a fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers.

He is also a member of the Construction Industry Forum and the Public Contracts Section of the American Bar Association, and the Associated General Contractors of New Mexico. Mr. Sheehan holds an AV® Preeminent™ rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, and is recognized in Southwest Super Lawyers in the area of construction law. He was recently named Construction Litigation Lawyer of the year – Best Lawyers’ 2012 Albuquerque. (Shipping, Handling and New Mexico Sales Tax Included in the price.)


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LEGISLATIVE PREVIEW: JANUARY 2019 SESSION

Article By: Ann Maloney Conway “All Calculations Based on Experience Elsewhere, Fail in New Mexico.” – Lewis Wallace, Territorial Governor of New Mexico (1878-1881) and author […]

Exceptions to Anti-Indemnification Act May Spell Increase in Construction Costs

By: Jeremiah L. Ritchie A recent court decision threatens to affect insurance premiums for contractors and subcontractors by disrupting the status quo when it comes to […]

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT (NLRA) OR THE FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT (FAA)?

By: Meagan Munoz On May 21, 2018, in a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court of the United States upheld mandatory arbitration agreements that prohibit employees from […]

UPDATES IN DISCRIMINATION CLAIMS UNDER THE NEW MEXICO HUMAN RIGHTS ACT

By: Jeremiah L. Ritchie The decision from the New Mexico Supreme Court in Garcia v. Hatch Valley Public Schools, published March 1st of this year, presents […]