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First Judicial District Court

Tribunal del Primer Distrito Judicial

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Judge Francis J. Mathew

Last Updated:  7/26/2020


JURY TRIALS NOTICE - Dated 6/2/2020

On May 28, 2020, the New Mexico Supreme Court issued its Order No. 20-8500-020 concerning the lifting of its suspension of civil and criminal jury trials.  Under the terms of the Order, New Mexico Courts may recommence jury trials under certain conditions, including maintaining social distancing of no less than six (6) feet of separation, limiting room occupancy to fifteen (15) people, including judges and court staff, except with permission, and requiring all persons in and around the courthouse to wear masks at all times.

For the 1st Judicial District Court to comply with Order No. 20-8500-20, it has been left with only two (2) spaces that can accommodate jury trials requiring a panel of twelve (12) jurors plus two (2) alternates.  One space is the Ceremonial Courtroom, currently assigned to Judge Biedscheid, and the other space is the Jury Assembly Room where our juries have been chosen and assembled throughout the trial dockets.  These two (2) spaces will necessarily have to be shared by eight (8) judges.  Each space will be shared by four (4) judges. 

At this time, it appears that six (6) person juries may go forward in the standard courtrooms with the jury deliberation rooms being utilized under the current space and social distancing limitations.

The Ceremonial Courtroom must be used for judges with criminal dockets due to security requirements.  The Jury Assembly Room will be shared by four (4) civil judges.  This Division, Division No. 1, has been assigned to the Jury Assembly Room for the purpose of conducting jury trials. 

The Jury Assembly Room requires certain modifications including mobile monitors for evidence displays and will not have certain podium electronic capabilities.  Both spaces require the use of adjoining courtrooms for jury deliberations, resulting in the loss of these courtrooms for hearings and bench trials during jury trials. 

To accommodate the space sharing by four (4) judges, the Court has been required to suspend the current assigned jury docket schedules.  In  an attempt to provide each judge with as much time as possible in the available spaces, the Court is contemplating assigning each judge a two (2) week jury docket on a rotating schedule.  The Santa Fe civil judges’ dockets will typically commence on Mondays.

Juries in the 1st Judicial District will no longer be chosen for the entire scheduled docket on the first day of the judge’s docket.  Smaller jury panels will be called so that social distancing may be maintained and room occupancy limitations complied with. This will likely mean that multiple panels will need to be called and staggered throughout the day and that individual voir dire of potential jurors will be more limited. It could and probably will mean the use of an entire day to assemble one (1) twelve (12) person jury with alternates. Juries for trials will be chosen on the first day of the re-assigned trial date(s), and trials will commence as soon as the jury has been chosen. 

Trials in this Division will continue to be scheduled on a trailing docket basis.  So that as many jury trials as possible may be conducted, this Division, Division 1, will be typically limiting trial times to five (5) days, including jury selection.   

 In this Division, Plaintiffs will be allowed 60% of the trial time for their case and defendants without counterclaims will receive 40% of the trial time; provided that cases with counterclaims will receive a 50/50 time split.  All trial time will be calculated strictly on a percentage of the total trial time, including opening statements and closing arguments, without regard to actual time spent on direct or cross-examination. Cross-examination will be limited to 75% of the time used in direct examination.  Reasonably anticipated evidentiary objections will necessarily be required to be resolved before trial.  Opening statements and closing arguments will be limited in time.

Until the Courts can safely conduct twelve (12) person jury trials in our standard courtrooms with our standard deliberation rooms, there will be certain cases that will not be able to have a trial conducted due to the limited space and the number of parties and attorneys involved.  The Court is researching potential alternatives for these cases.  Unfortunately, the Court cannot predict when this situation may change or when viable alternatives may be found.

We are all cognizant that this is a temporary situation, but it is a situation without a predictable end.  It may last more than a year without any way to predict when we may be allowed to return to operations similar to those in place before the current public health emergency.

 


FOURTH AMENDED NOTICE

Dated April 17, 2020

(Effective April 27, 2020)

Until the current operating guidelines for the New Mexico Courts which have been put in place concerning the Coronavirus are modified, parties and attorneys are required to appear for all hearings telephonically or through video conferencing. Parties and attorneys are required to appear telephonically or through video conferencing for any hearing, including pretrial conferences, by providing notice to the Court at its sfeddiv1proposedtxt@nmcourts.gov email address at least one (1) business day prior to any such hearing and:

For all cases NOT involving a public health proceeding or a party who is a self-represented litigant, a governmental entity, represented by a civil legal services organization (e.g. New Mexico Legal Aid), or represented by an attorney providing pro bono legal services, by making arrangements for attendance through CourtCall (1-888-882-6878).

For all cases involving a public health proceeding or a party who is a self-represented litigant, a governmental entity, represented by a civil legal services organization (e.g. New Mexico Legal Aid), or represented by an attorney providing pro bono legal services, by dialing the following phone number and using the following pin number when prompted: Phone number:1-(401)-594-2884 and PIN: ‪457 389 237#.

This is not a private hearing room and other hearings may be in progress when you join, therefore, you are required to join muted or immediately mute your phone upon joining and not speak until the Court calls you or announces your case.

Attorneys and parties must advise the Court in the notifying email provided prior to the hearing that they are in a proceeding qualifying for this service or the Court will conduct the proceeding assuming that all participants are on CourtCall.

There is no charge to participants for this service. 

Cell phones and speaker phones can cause background interference and a garbled presentation, so you are requested to use handsets, if possible, or to mute your phones when not speaking if your use of a cell phone and/or speaker phone is unavoidable.

Video conferencing must be arranged by permission from the Court at the time you notify the Court of your anticipated appearance.

Although the proceeding may be remote, all rules governing demeanor, dress and recording remain in effect.  The official record of any hearing is the record taken or recorded by the Court’s Reporter or Monitor and must be used for all purposes.

This Notice is effective for all hearings scheduled on April 27, 2020 and thereafter until further notice by the Court.

In person courtroom attendance by attorneys and parties shall only be allowed on an emergency basis upon motion and order of the Court.  Spectators and visitors are not allowed in the courtroom, but may attend through the same media available to parties and attorneys in accordance with applicable New Mexico Supreme Court Orders and Rules.

Please monitor the Court’s website for notices concerning current courtroom procedures and guidelines.


 

FIFTH AMENDED NOTICE

Dated July 20, 2020

(Effective For All Hearings Set On

Or After August 17, 2020)

Until the current operating guidelines for the New Mexico Courts which have been put in place concerning the Coronavirus are modified, parties and attorneys are required to appear for all hearings telephonically or through video conferencing. Parties and attorneys are required to appear telephonically or through video conferencing for any hearing, including pretrial conferences, by providing notice to the Court at its sfeddiv1proposedtxt@nmcourts.gov email address at least one (1) business day prior to any such hearing and:

Appearing by video through the following computer link connection: meet.google.com/pbm-prjx-suz; or

Appearing by dialing the following phone number and using the pin number when prompted: Phone number:1-(401)-594-2884 and PIN: ‪457 389 237#.

This is not a private hearing room and other hearings may be in progress when you join, therefore, you are required to join muted or immediately mute your phone/microphone upon joining and not speak until the Court calls you or announces your case.

There is no charge to participants for this service. 

Cell phones, speaker phones and microphones can cause background interference and a garbled presentation, so you are requested to use telephone handsets when appearing telephonically, or to mute your phones/microphones when not speaking.

Although the proceeding may be remote, all rules governing demeanor, dress and recording remain in effect.  The official record of any hearing is the record taken or recorded by the Court’s Reporter or Monitor and must be used for all purposes.

This Notice is effective for all hearings scheduled on or after August 17, 2020, until further notice by the Court.

In person courtroom attendance by attorneys and parties shall only be allowed on an emergency basis upon motion and order of the Court.  Spectators, media and visitors are not allowed in the courtroom, but may attend through the same media available to parties and attorneys in accordance with applicable New Mexico Supreme Court Orders and Rules. Spectators, media and visitors are not required to notify the Court of their attendance prior to any video or telephonic hearing. 

Please monitor the Court’s website for notices concerning current courtroom procedures and guidelines.


SUMMARY JURY TRIALS

Voluntary (all parties must agree by written stipulation filed no less than forty-five days prior to trial)

Binding

Nonbinding

Six (6) person jury

One (1) alternate

Three (3) peremptory challenges per side

Jurors may sit for more than one (1) trial

Rule 1-038 applies

Selected at regular jury selection for docket first

Void Dire

i. Judge regular

ii. Each side limited to fifteen (15) minutes

Trial – One (1) day

Openings - fifteen (15) minutes

Closings - fifteen (15) minutes

Presentations – two (2) hours per side

i. Cross-examination – seventy-five percent (75%) of time of direct examination of each witness

ii. Example - Direct examination is 1 hour; cross-examination is limited to 45 minutes with 15 minutes remaining for direct and cross-examination of another witness within presentation time

Experts – Evidence limited to reports, not to exceed ten (10) pages, not including expert’s CV.

Pretrial Procedures

Standard pretrial procedures, including the filing of the pre-trial orders no later than the date of the Pre-trial Conference and no extensions to be granted.

Rules of Evidence apply

i. Objections to authenticity and admissibility of exhibits must be made and ruled upon before trial with all such objections made no later than the date of the Pre-trial Conference and responses to objections made two (2) days after objections; no reply permitted

ii. Designations and objections to depositions ruled upon before trial

iii. Motions In Limine made no later than the date of the Pre-trial Conference ruled upon at same time as exhibits, including objections to expert qualification and testimony

iv. Jury Instructions in accordance with standard scheduling orders, but jury instruction conference held in the week before jury selection

Post trial matters

Nonbinding verdict

i. Priority setting on next docket as regular setting without summary jury limitations and new pre-trial order

Deadlocked jury

i. Priority setting on next docket as regular setting without summary jury limitations and new pre-trial order

Binding verdict

Judgment entered

d.  Costs and fees, not awarded

Jury dockets

Four (4) days following jury selection reserved for Summary Jury Trials

Remaining docket- not Summary Jury Trials

i. Trials limited to five (5) days, if more than one (1) trial remaining at Pre-trial Conference

ii. Presentations divided sixty percent (60%) – Plaintiff and forty percent (40%) Defendant

iii. Rules of Procedure and Evidence apply


Notice Re Motions

In all cases that have been assigned to Judge Mathew, it will be necessary for counsel to follow the "Motions Package" procedure stated in Local Rule 1-306(G):

  • At the expiration of all responsive times, under Rule 1‑007.1 of the Rules of Civil Procedure for the District Courts, the movant shall submit to the court a copy of the motion, response, any reply and a request for hearing . . . in a "package". The submission of the "package" alerts the court that the motion is ripe for decision.

Even if you have previously submitted the Motions Package to another judge, it will be necessary to resubmit it to Judge Mathew if you still need a hearing on a motion. It is insufficient to file a notice of completion of briefing without the Motions Package.  It is insufficient to file a request for hearing and notice of hearing without the Motions Package.  

If no response is filed within the time prescribed by Rule 1-007.1, please follow the procedures specified in Local Rule 1-306(D), and serve a copy of a proposed order to the other side with proof of service and submit a copy of the proposed order to the court with a copy of the motion and a notice that no response has been filed.


Notice Re Expedited Motions

If you seek an expedited hearing, i.e., a hearing before the expiration of the time limits set forth in Rule 1-007.1, please follow the procedures in Rule 1-306(I), including stating in the motion the reason for expedited treatment.

These notices apply to all Civil and Domestic Matters in which a party is represented by counsel.

Instructions for Case Scheduling Conference

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Interpreter Scheduling

To avoid delay or the rescheduling of your hearing, you must notify the TCAA at 455-8155 within 5 days of your scheduled hearing that an interpreter is needed.


Weather Delays and Closures

IN THE EVENT OF A TWO-HOUR DELAY DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER, ALL MATTERS SCHEDULED IN THE DELAY PERIOD WILL BE HEARD ON A TRAILING DOCKET BASIS COMMENCING AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE DELAY PERIOD.  FOR EXAMPLE, IF THE FIRST MATTER ON THE DOCKET IS SCHEDULED AT 8:30 A.M., IT WILL BE HEARD AT 10:00 A.M. AT THE CONCLUSION OF A TWO-HOUR DELAY PERIOD AND ALL MATTERS WILL BE HEARD ON A TRAILING DOCKET, BUT NO EARLIER THAN THEIR SCHEDULED HEARING TIME.  IF THE COURT IS CLOSED ON THE DAY YOU HAVE A SCHEDULED HEARING, YOUR HEARING WILL BE RESCHEDULED AND NOTICED BY THE COURT.


07/27/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

10:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2019-02328

 Rebecca Bosch

  v.

Pet-A-Bulls Inc, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Tort

 Comment:  Third-Party Defendant Guggino's Motion for Summary Judgment  //  Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment on its Third-Party Complaint against Lisa Guggino for Indemnification

Plaintiff

Bosch, Rebecca        

Atty: Bennett, Merit        

Defendant

Bandler, Wilhemina; Hopper, Francine; Israel, Mary; Pet-A-Bulls Inc     

Atty: Cash, Paul M     

 

11:15 AM

 D-101-CV-2017-02565

 Nathan Barkocy, et. al.,

  v.

Property Damage Appraisers Inc, et. al.

 SCHEDULING CONFERENCE

 Tort

 Comment:  [SF Jury]

Plaintiff

Barkocy, Kevin; Barkocy, Marybeth; Barkocy, Nathan; Williamson, Stephen        

Atty: Love, Kathleen J.        

Defendant

Austin, Marlin; Property Damage Appraisers Inc; Property Damage Appraisers of New Mexico Inc     

Atty: Childress, Ronald; Kaemper, Michael E.     

 

1:15 PM

 D-101-CV-2019-02386

 Xray Associates of New Mexico PC

  v.

Michael Rueckhaus, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Other

 Comment:  Defendant Russell Toal's Motion for Protective Order  //  Motion to Extend Defendants Lanell Anderson and Bruce Anderson's Fact Witness Disclosure, Expert Deadline, Discovery Deadline and Mediation Deadline

Plaintiff

Xray Associates of New Mexico PC        

Atty: Slattery, William P.        

Defendant

Anderson, Bruce; Anderson, Lanell; Franchini, John G; New Mexico Medical Review Commission; Rueckhaus, Michael      

Atty: Curtis, Lisa K.; Walker, R. Alfred; Mann, Nathan H.     

 

1:45 PM

 D-101-CV-2020-01297

 Vicki Onstad

  v.

Edward D. Jones Inc.

 HEARING

 Miscellaneous Civil

 Comment:  Request for Temporary Restraining Order

Plaintiff

Onstad, Vicki         

Atty: Snyder, Mary Jo C.        

Defendant

Edward D. Jones Inc.     

Atty: Brooks, Kaleb Wade     

 

07/28/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

9:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2020-01350

 Thomas David Trujillo

  v.

Tome Jo Trujillo

 HEARING

 Real Estate

 Comment:  Petition by Owner for Restitution

Plaintiff

Trujillo, Thomas David        

Atty: Mares, Stephen        

Defendant

Trujillo, Tome Jo     

Atty:      

 

9:30 AM

 D-101-CV-2020-01306

 Esperanza Romero

  v.

Amanda Gabaldon

 TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER HEARING

 Miscellaneous Civil

 Comment: 

Plaintiff

Romero, Esperanza        

Atty: Pro Se        

Defendant

Gabaldon, Amanda     

Atty:      

 

10:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2018-02965

 Wayne Sides

 v.

NEW MEXICO HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT

 HEARING

 Civil Administrative Appeal - Plaintiff Appellant

 Comment:  Administrative Appeal

Plaintiff

     Sides, Wayne   

Atty:        Turk, Joseph Patrick 

Defendant

  NEW MEXICO HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT   

Atty:   Hahn-Cordes, Lisa C.   

 

11:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2019-01709

 John G Franchini

  v.

Andrew J Cavazos, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Civil Violations, Statutes, Ordinances

 Comment:  Defendant/Counter-Plaintiff James H. Wood's Motion to Compel Responses from Franchini

Plaintiff

Franchini, John G        

Atty: Walker, R. Alfred        

Defendant

Ardent Health Partners LLC; Boyd, Walker; Cavazos, Andrew J; Dodd, Christopher Allen; LifePoint Health; Lovelace Health System LLC; PHC Las Cruces Inc; Presbyterian Healthcare Services; St Vincent Hospital; Teicher, Joel, MD; The Doctors Company; Weingartner, Felicia C; Wood, James H     

Atty: Jackson, Matthew Eric; Poulos, Victor F.; Goldberg, Joseph; Unruh, Minal P.; Purcell, Charles K.; Madison, William C.; Lopez, Cid Dagward; Hacsi, Theresa     

 

1:15 PM

 D-101-CV-2020-01394

 Jose R Garcia

  v.

Lawrence Gallegos

 TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER HEARING

 Miscellaneous Civil

 Comment: 

Plaintiff

Garcia, Jose R        

Atty:         

Defendant

Gallegos, Lawrence     

Atty:      

 

07/29/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

9:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2017-02108

 Joseph Montoya, et. al.,

  v.

TA, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Tort

 Comment:  Plaintiffs' Motion to Exclude Defendant TA from Introducing Evidence to Support its Affirmative Defenses  //  Plaintiffs' Motion in Limine to Exclude Unrelated Prior Injuries, Unfairly Prejudicial and Irrelevant Information from Trial  //  Plaintiffs' Motion for Partial Summary Judgment Regarding Liability and Causation of Defendant TA Operating Corporation, LLC  //  Defendant TA Operating, LLC's Motion for Order to Show Cause why Plaintiff Joseph Montoya Should not be Sanctioned for Failing to Comply with this Court's Order to Submit to an IME

Plaintiff

Montoya, Joseph; Montoya, Loretta        

Atty: Bleus, George Anthony        

Defendant

Burger King Corporation; Lopez, Tina; Martinez, Audrey; OBrien, Thomas M; Petro Shopping Centers; TA; TA #229; TA Operating Corp; Travel Centers of America; Travel Centers of America LLC     

Atty: Tebo, Christopher J.; Buchanan, Deena L.     

 

 

1:45 PM

 D-101-CV-2018-02218

 D R Horton Inc, et. al.,

  v.

Hartford Casualty Insurance Company Inc, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Miscellaneous Civil

 Comment:  D. R. Horton, Inc. and DRH Southwest Construction, Inc.'s Motion for Partial Summary Judgment No. 4:  The Cincinnati Insurance Company's Breach of the Duty to Defend

Plaintiff

D R Horton Inc; DRH Southwest Construction Inc        

Atty: Smith, Glenn R.         

Defendant

Amtrust Insurance Company of Kansas Inc; Cincinnati Insurance Company; Hartford Casualty Insurance Company Inc; Kemper Corporation; Trinity Universal Insurance Company     

Atty: Stiff, John S.; Chapman, Donna L.; Kenny, Rebecca Shaw; Noya, Jennifer Anne     

 

07/30/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

9:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2019-02836

 Joleen Youngers

  v.

Howard Johnson International Inc, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Tort

 Comment:  Defendants Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's Amended Complaint on Behalf of Defendants Howard Johnson International, Inc. and Wyndham Franchisor, LLC

Plaintiff

Youngers, Joleen      Youngers, Joleen  

Atty: Ives, Laura Louise Schauer        Youngers, Joleen

Defendant

ABQ 1701 LLC; G6 Hospitality LLC; Howard Johnson International Inc; I-25 Hotel Corporation; Khan, Shariq; Motel 6 Operating LP #140; Tufaro, Jerry; Wyndham Hotels and Resorts LLC     

Atty: Pro Se; Walker, Alex Cameron; Allen, Meena H.     

 

9:30 AM

 D-101-CV-2020-00801

 Nursel Gurler

  v.

Santa Fe Dealership Acquisition LLC, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Tort

 Comment:  Defendant Santa Fe Dealership Acquisition, LLC d/b/a Honda Subaru of Santa Fe's Motion to Compel Arbitration and Stay Proceedings  //  Plaintiff's Opposed Motion for Extension of Page Limit

Plaintiff

Gurler, Nursel        

Atty: Mattison, Nicholas H.        

Defendant

American Honda Finance Corp; Hartford Fire Insurance Company; Medina, Robert; Santa Fe Dealership Acquisition LLC; Schliesman, Steve      

Atty: Chapman, Donna L.; Goodhue, Ryan     

 

10:30 AM

 D-101-CV-2016-00249

 US Bank National Association

  v.

Mark F Coble, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Real Estate

 Comment:  Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment and Plaintiff's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment

Plaintiff

US Bank National Association        

Atty: Krotzer, Solomon Scott        

Defendant

Coble, Mark F; Coble, Mark F Unknown Spouse of     

Atty: Trujillo, Jeremy P.;       

 

07/31/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

9:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2018-02607

 Rene Kepler

  v.

Advantage Enterprises LLC, et. al.

 EVIDENTIARY HEARING

 Tort

 Comment:  Evidentiary Damages Hearing

Plaintiff

Kepler, Rene        

Atty: Mattison, Nicholas H.        

Defendant

Advantage Enterprises LLC; Keen, Margaret; Miller, Kristopher; United Auto Credit Corporation; Western Surety Co     

Atty: Cox, Johanna C.; Garcia, Tomas J.; West, Judd C.     

 

1:00 PM

 D-117-CV-2011-00521

 Corlinda H. Lujan et. al.,

  v. 

Acequia Mesa del Medio et. al.

 SCHEDULING CONFERENCE

 Water Case

 Comment: 

Plaintiff

Lujan, Corlinda H.; LUJAN, IDA M; Lujan, Ida M.; Lujan, Pablo; LUJAN, PABLO        

Atty: Bartell, Randy S.        

Defendant

Acequia Mesa del Medio; Bensen, Elise P.; BLAINE, TOM; Chacon, Helen M.; Chacon, Henry; Chacon, Teodoro; Garcia, Connie; Garcia, Estella; Garcia, Richard; Gonzales Lujan, Mary Ann J; Gonzales-Lujan, Mary Ann J.; Herrera, Levi; Herrera, Tomasita; Lovato, Rose; Lucero Maestas, Patsy; Lucero-Maestas, Patsy; Madrid, Ida; MADRID, IDA; MAESTAS, RON; Maestas, Ron R.; Martinez, Belarmino; Martinez, Gloria; Martinez, Jose Leandro; Martinez, Magdalena L.; Martinez, Ricky; Mary Ann J. Gonzales-Lujan, Personal Rep. of the Estate of Angie M. Romero; Medina, Consuelo V; Medina, Consuelo V.; Medina, Frank; MEDINA, FRANK; Morfin, Annette; Morfin, Annette; Morfin, Annette; Morfin, Benito; Morfin, Joaquin; Morfin, Leonard; Romero, Angie M.; Salazar, Cleotilde; Salazar, Leo; Salazar, Maria Elena; Salazar, Santana; Salazar, Steven D.; Valdez, Elaine; Valdez, Inc.; Valdez, Larry Manuel; Valdez, Mark W.; Valdez, Sandra; Velasquez, Gabriel A.; Velasquez, Jr., Rudy Ben; Velasquez, Jr., Tomas A.; Velasquez, Luis Tobias; Velasquez, Wayne D.; Young, Samuel H.     

Atty: Humphrey, Mary E.; Pro Se; Shoenfeld, Peter B.     

 

08/03/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

9:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2018-02081

 Andras Szantho, Esq

  v.

Hobbs Operating Company LLC, et. al.

 STATUS CONFERENCE

 Tort

 Comment: 

Plaintiff

Szantho, Andras, Esq      Szantho, Andras, Esq  

Atty: Moss, Brent L.        Szantho, Andras, Esq

Defendant

Hobbs Operating Company LLC; Proto Equity Holdings, LLC; SavaSeniorCare Administrative Services, LLC; SavaSeniorCare Consulting, LLC; SavaSeniorCare, LLC; SSC Disbursement Company LLC; SSWC Disbursement Company, LLC; SWC Equity Holdings Parent Holdco, LLC; SWC Equity Holdings, LLC; SWC New Mexico Holdco, LLC; Terpax, Inc.; Tofano, Dennis     

Atty: Alves, Lillian L.; Jones, Christopher Ryan     

 

10:30 AM

 D-101-CV-2020-01498

 Eddy Ramirez

  v.

Jorge Mendoza

 TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER HEARING

 Miscellaneous Civil

 Comment: 

Plaintiff

RAMIREZ, EDDY        

Atty: Pro Se        

Defendant

Mendoza, Jorge     

Atty:      

 

11:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2019-02841

 Richard S Martinez

 v.

New Mexico Public Education Department

 HEARING

 Civil Administrative Appeal - Plaintiff Appellant

 Comment:  Appellant's Statement of Appellate Issues

Plaintiff

     Martinez, Richard S   

Atty:        Simpson, Patrick T. 

Defendant

  New Mexico Public Education Department   

Atty:      

 

1:15 PM

  

  In The Matter Of John P Turner

D-101-PB-2018-00104

 MOTION HEARING

  Probate Informal, Will

Comment:  Petitioner's Motion Requesting Preliminary Injunction and Restraining Order  //  Petitioners' Motion to Compel Accounting and Discovery Answers from Respondent Roberta Turner

Petitioner:

  Turner, Roberta       

Atty:  Felker, Randolph B.       

Respondent:

  Whitcomb, Lenore  

Atty:     

 

08/04/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

9:00 AM

 D-117-CV-2019-00552

 PAMELA MARTINEZ MONDRAGON

  v.

DANIEL J LOPEZ, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Tort

 Comment:  Motion to Dismiss

Plaintiff

MARTINEZ MONDRAGON, PAMELA        

Atty: Pro Se        

Defendant

DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE; Gallegos, Leon; LOPEZ, DANIEL J; Lujan, James; RIO ARRIBA COUNTY; SERNA, MARCOS; Trujillo, Martin     

Atty: Elion, Gary D.     

 

9:30 AM

 D-101-CV-2017-00581

 Robert Mason

  v.

Juan R Edwards

 MOTION HEARING

 Contract/Debt & Money Due

 Comment:  Motion for Summary Judgment

Plaintiff

Mason, Robert        

Atty: Walsh, Joseph P.        

Defendant

Edwards, Juan R     

Atty:      

 

10:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2019-02094

 Shawna Maestas

  v.

The Office of Superintendent of Insurance

 MOTION HEARING

 Civil Violations, Statutes, Ordinances

 Comment:  Plaintiff's Motion to Compel Answers and Responses to Plaintiff's First Set of Interrogatories and Requests for Production

Plaintiff

Maestas, Shawna        

Atty: Ferlic, Katherine M.        

Defendant

The Office of Superintendent of Insurance     

Atty: Doughty, Robert M., Iii     

 

10:30 AM

 D-101-CV-2019-02334

 Ian Lubetkin

  v.

Tax Lien Investors LLC, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Other

 Comment:  Defendants-Counterclaimants DSC-WDC Holdings, LLC's and David S. Crowley's Motion for Partial Judgment on the Pleadings

Plaintiff

Lubetkin, Ian        

Atty: Baake, David Richard        

Defendant

1122 46th St NE LLC; 5354 East Capitol St NE LLC; Crowley, David S; DSC-WDC Holdings, LLC; Tax Lien Investors LLC     

Atty: Reid, W. Spencer     

 

11:15 AM

  

  In The Matter Of Robert J Webster

D-101-PB-2016-00161

 HEARING

  Probate Informal, Will

Comment:  Petition for Order of Determination of Heirship, Formal Probate of Will and Complete Settlement of Estate by Personal Representative

Petitioner:

  Webster, William A. Webster, William A.      

Atty:  Swaim, Donald E. Swaim, Donald E.      

Respondent:

    

Atty:     

 

1:15 PM

 D-101-CV-2019-03094

 Todd Lopez

  v.

Gila Regional Medical Center, et. al.

 SCHEDULING CONFERENCE

 Tort Malpractice, Product Liability

 Comment:  [SF Jury]

Plaintiff

Lopez, Todd      Lopez, Todd  

Atty: Hunt, Leon R.        Lopez, Todd

Defendant

Bennett, Ruth, DO; Gila Regional Medical Center     

Atty: Biehler, Gregory L.; Bisong, Susan     

 

1:15 PM

 D-101-CV-2020-00320

 Theresa Hickox, et. al.,

  v.

AHS Legacy Operations LLC, et. al.

 SCHEDULING CONFERENCE

 Tort Malpractice, Product Liability

 Comment:  [SF Jury]

Plaintiff

Hickox, Theresa; Middleton, Ralph      Hickox, Theresa  

Atty: Roehl, Jerrald Joseph        Hickox, Theresa

Defendant

AHS Legacy Operations LLC; AHS Management Company Inc; Belyaev, Stanislav, MD; Hebert, Jeffrey, MD; Lovelace Health System Inc; Zia Diagnostic Imaging LLC     

Atty: Franse, R. Nelson     

 

08/05/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

9:00 AM

 D-101-CV-2019-01747

 Jonathan Botello, et. al.,

  v.

Community Insurance Group SPC Ltd, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Contract/Debt & Money Due

 Comment:  Plaintiffs' Motion for Protective Order Prohibiting Steadfast Insurance Company's Attempt to Seek Discovery and Depositions of Opposing Counsel  //  Steadfast's Motion Regarding Deleware Documents

Plaintiff

Botello, Jonathan; Botello, Lorenza        

Atty: Baker, Douglas Arthur        

Defendant

Admiral Insurance Company; Allied World Assurance Company Ltd; Community Insurance Group SPC Ltd; Endurance Specialty Insurance Ltd; Illinois Union Insurance Company; Pecos Valley of New Mexico LLC; Steadfast Insurance Company; Swiss Re International SE     

Atty: Cooper, Richard Brent; Witmeyer, Robert John; Biehler, Gregory L.; Scholl, Steven S.; Frank, Lucas N.; White, Geoffrey D.     

 

11:00 AM

 D-117-CV-2019-00136

 Kelley Thurston

  v.

Clarence Garcia, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Tort

 Comment:  Plaintiff's Emergency Motion to Compel Defendant Familyworks, Inc. to Provide In-Person Depositions of Expert Witnesses

Plaintiff

Thurston, Kelley        

Atty: Conaway, Joshua K.        

Defendant

Acadia Healthcare Company Inc; Familyworks Inc; Garcia, Clarence; Garcia, Debbie; Jacobs, Joey; Youth and Family Centered Services of New Mexico Inc      

Atty: Clement, Ryan Lee; Shover, Leah R.; Garcia, Bryan Christopher; Frassanito, Melanie L.     

 

08/06/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

9:00 AM

 D-117-CV-2018-00607

 Constance Sanchez, et. al.,

  v.

Vivint Solar Inc, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Tort

 Comment:  Plaintiff's Opposed Motion to Compel Defendant Vivint Solar Developer, LLC to Respond to Plaintiff's First Set of Discovery

Plaintiff

Sanchez, Constance; Sanchez, Joseph        

Atty: Mattison, Nicholas H.         

Defendant

Bowman, Douglas; Vivint Solar Developer LLC; Vivint Solar Inc     

Atty: Burris, Eric R.     

 

08/10/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

8:30 AM

 D-101-CV-2018-02366

 Scott Martin

  v.

Josefo Martinez

 DOCKET CALL

 Miscellaneous Civil

 Comment: 

Plaintiff

Martin, Scott        

Atty: Campbell, John Brendan        

Defendant

Martinez, Josefo     

Atty: Turner, Patricia J.     

 

 

11:30 AM

 D-101-CV-2020-01273

 In The Matter Of The Name Change of Rosela Vivianita Tapia

 NAME CHANGE HEARING

 Name Change

 Comment: 

Plaintiff

       Tapia, Rosela Vivianita 

Atty:         

Defendant

     

Atty:      

 

11:30 AM

 D-101-CV-2020-01143

 In The Matter Of The Name Change of Daniel Adam Villasenor

 NAME CHANGE HEARING

 Name Change

 Comment: 

Plaintiff

       Villasenor, Daniel Adam 

Atty:         

Defendant

     

Atty:      

 

08/14/2020

8:00 AM

Judge Francis J. Mathew General Session

 

1:15 PM

 D-101-CV-2020-00383

 Peter B Aronow & Howard D Aronow Trust

  v.

The Cincinnati Insurance Company, et. al.

 MOTION HEARING

 Miscellaneous Civil

 Comment:  Defendant Acuity a Mutual Insurance Company's Motion for Summary Judgment  //  Defendant Acuity a Mutual Insurance Company's Motion for Protective Order and Stay of Discovery  //  Defendant Cincinnati Insurance Company's Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's Amended Complaint

Plaintiff

Peter B Aronow & Howard D Aronow Trust        

Atty: Bauman, Christopher P.        

Defendant

Acuity A Mutual Insurance Company; Frontier Adjusters of Albuquerque Inc; The Cincinnati Insurance Company     

Atty: Biehler, Gregory L.; Ferguson, Kenneth Joseph; Velardo, Vincent J.