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Representing employers and employees in disputes regarding benefits, severance, termination and employment agreements. Call (505) 506 9434 for a free legal consultation.
Seasoned attorney and former non-profit administrator, focusing on education and health care. Call for a free15-minute consultation (505) 506-9434.
Immigration practice is a unique area of American law where many cases involve dual (or multiple) representation. This occurs when a lawyer represents two or more clients in a single matter. In most areas of law practice this is uncommon.
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Attorney Dena Wurman assists professionals, physicians, researchers, individuals, for profit and non-profit corporations with their legal needs. Specializing in administrative legal matters, she earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration (MPA), a Juris Doctorate degree (JD) and was admitted to the State Bar of New Mexico in 2005. Ms. Wurman is currently a member of the State Bar of New Mexico Law Practice Management Committee.
Her legal focus is on:
• HEALTH LAW
Over fifteen years experience in the health care industry managing federal and state contracts for medical services and research, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, serving as HIPAA compliance officer for large university, teaching hospital
• EDUCATION LAW
Compliance with federal law, school licensing and accreditation
• EMPLOYMENT LAW
Bonus and incentive plans
Mandatory arbitration agreements
Collective bargaining agreements
Immigration Practice Areas Include:
1. Non-Immigrant Visas – temporary visitors (work, student, visitor, etc.)
2. Immigrant Visas – lawful permanent residents (green card holders)
3. Asylees and other special groups – asylum, refugee, and TPS status holders
• REAL ESTATE LAW
Special Master, 2nd Judicial District Court, Albuquerque, real estate broker, foreclosure expert
and legal analyst, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Construction Reporter