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Kurt Wihl

Keleher and Honors Ten Firm Attorney, Business Litigation

Keleher & McLeod , P.A.

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Keleher & McLeod , P.A.

201 3rd St NW Ste 1200

Albuquerque, New Mexico,87102

United States

Company Description

Keleher & McLeod is one of the oldest and largest firms in the state. The firm was founded in 1915 by W.A. Keleher. We are a uniquely New Mexican firm. More than half of our attorneys graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law; however, a divers... more

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CHAVEZ LAW OFFICE


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American Bar Association

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Education

B.A.

Swarthmore College


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Kurt Wihl
Kurt Wihl Kurt Wihl practices in the areas of litigation and real estate. He has been a lawyer with Keleher & McLeod, P.A. since he was admitted to the New Mexico bar in 1984. Mr. Wihl has appeared in all district courts in the State of New Mexico, the New Mexico Court of Appeals and the New Mexico Supreme Court as well as New Mexico and Southern California federal courts, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. In addition, he has appeared before numerous state and federal administrative and regulatory agencies. Tort Claims: Mr. Wihl has prepared and tried numerous common law and statutory tort cases in state and federal court. He has experience in the areas of premises liability, motor vehicle (including over-the-road trucking) accidents, products liability defense, personal injury, construction defects, defense of civil rights claims, commercial torts such as claims for lender liability, breach of trust, fraud and negligent misrepresentation, interference with existing and prospective contractual relations, and ERISA. Condemnation, Right-of-Way and Real Estate Litigation: Mr. Wihl has significant experience in eminent domain actions both for the condemning authority and for landowners. In addition, he has handled lawsuits involving claims for quiet title, mortgage foreclosure, breach of lease, trespass, boundary determinations, nuisance, easements and right-of-ways of all kinds, restrictive covenants, real estate taxation and zoning through trial and on appeal in both state and federal court. Commercial Litigation, Complex and Otherwise: Much of Mr. Wihl's practice is complex commercial litigation. For nearly thirty years, he has handled complex suits in state and federal court involving multiple parties, multiple claims, and class actions with amounts in controversy ranging from hundreds of thousands to well over a billion dollars. He has successfully brought and defended class action and derivative lawsuits filed both in New Mexico federal court and in federal court in Southern California. Mr. Wihl has tried complex commercial cases involving contract disputes, claims of breach of fiduciary duty, loan participation agreements, general and limited partnership and joint venture disputes. In addition, he has arbitrated disputes involving employment and shareholder agreements and electric right-of-way agreements. Mr. Wihl is listed in the most recent edition of Best Lawyers in America in the categories of: administrative/regulatory law; commercial litigation; litigation - trusts and estates; and personal injury litigation - defendants. Mr. Wihl is listed in Best's Recommended Insurance Attorneys. Kurt Wihl


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Kurt Wihl
Kurt Wihl Kurt Wihl practices in the areas of litigation and real estate. He has been a lawyer with Keleher & McLeod, P.A. since he was admitted to the New Mexico bar in 1984. Mr. Wihl has appeared in all district courts in the State of New Mexico, the New Mexico Court of Appeals and the New Mexico Supreme Court as well as New Mexico and Southern California federal courts, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. In addition, he has appeared before numerous state and federal administrative and regulatory agencies. Tort Claims: Mr. Wihl has prepared and tried numerous common law and statutory tort cases in state and federal court. He has experience in the areas of premises liability, motor vehicle (including over-the-road trucking) accidents, products liability defense, personal injury, construction defects, defense of civil rights claims, commercial torts such as claims for lender liability, breach of trust, fraud and negligent misrepresentation, interference with existing and prospective contractual relations, and ERISA. Condemnation, Right-of-Way and Real Estate Litigation: Mr. Wihl has significant experience in eminent domain actions both for the condemning authority and for landowners. In addition, he has handled lawsuits involving claims for quiet title, mortgage foreclosure, breach of lease, trespass, boundary determinations, nuisance, easements and right-of-ways of all kinds, restrictive covenants, real estate taxation and zoning through trial and on appeal in both state and federal court. Commercial Litigation, Complex and Otherwise: Much of Mr. Wihl's practice is complex commercial litigation. For nearly thirty years, he has handled complex suits in state and federal court involving multiple parties, multiple claims, and class actions with amounts in controversy ranging from hundreds of thousands to well over a billion dollars. He has successfully brought and defended class action and derivative lawsuits filed both in New Mexico federal court and in federal court in Southern California. Mr. Wihl has tried complex commercial cases involving contract disputes, claims of breach of fiduciary duty, loan participation agreements, general and limited partnership and joint venture disputes. In addition, he has arbitrated disputes involving employment and shareholder agreements and electric right-of-way agreements. Mr. Wihl is listed in the most recent edition of Best Lawyers in America in the categories of: administrative/regulatory law; commercial litigation; litigation - trusts and estates; and personal injury litigation - defendants. Mr. Wihl is listed in Best's Recommended Insurance Attorneys. Kurt Wihl


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Kurt Wihl
Keleher & McLeod Attorneys: Kurt Wihl Kurt Wihl Kurt Wihl practices in the areas of litigation and real estate. He has been a lawyer with Keleher & McLeod, P.A. since he was admitted to the New Mexico bar in 1984. Mr. Wihl has appeared in all district courts in the State of New Mexico, the New Mexico Court of Appeals and the New Mexico Supreme Court as well as New Mexico and Southern California federal courts, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. In addition, he has appeared before the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission, the New Mexico Public Utility Commission, the New Mexico Corporation Commission, the Alcohol and Beverage Control Commission, the New Mexico Livestock Board, the United States Department of the Interior, Board of Land Appeals, and the United States Forest Service. Tort Claims: Mr. Wihl has prepared and tried numerous common law and statutory tort cases in state and federal court. He has experience in the areas of premises liability, motor vehicle (including over-the-road trucking) accidents, products liability defense, personal injury, construction defects, defense of civil rights claims, commercial torts such as claims for lender liability, breach of trust, fraud and negligent misrepresentation, tortuous interference with existing and prospective contractual relations, and ERISA. Condemnation, Right-of-Way and Real Estate Litigation: Mr. Wihl has significant experience in eminent domain actions both for the condemning authority and for landowners. In addition, he has handled lawsuits involving claims for quiet title, mortgage foreclosure, breach of lease, trespass, boundary determinations, nuisance, easements and right-of-ways of all kinds, restrictive covenants, real estate taxation and zoning through trial and on appeal in both state and federal court. Commercial Litigation, Complex and Otherwise: Much of Mr. Wihl's practice is complex commercial litigation. For nearly thirty years, he has handled complex suits in state and federal court involving multiple parties, multiple claims, and class actions with amounts in controversy ranging from hundreds of thousands to well over a billion dollars. He has successfully defended shareholder class action and derivative lawsuits filed both in New Mexico federal court and in federal court in Southern California. He tried a shareholder derivative case on behalf of five separately held New Mexico corporations and litigated a shareholder derivative suit on behalf of a United States corporation against individual and corporate defendants from the South Pacific, the Caribbean, and North America. He has brought and defended lawsuits in state and federal court on behalf of corporations headquartered in Australia, Canada, France, Japan, and the Netherlands. Mr. Wihl has tried complex commercial cases involving contract disputes, claims of breach of fiduciary duty, loan participation agreements, general and limited partnership and joint venture disputes. In addition, he has arbitrated disputes involving employment and shareholder agreements and electric right-of-way agreements.


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The city will pay Kurt Wihl, a lawyer with Keleher and McLeod, $150 an hour to help in the negotiations, which will likely begin in early January.


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