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Chris Moody and Whitney Warner included in the Newest Edition of Best Lawyers

Chris Moody and Whitney Warner included in the newest Edition of Best Lawyers! The 21st Edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the practice areas of: Employment Law - Individuals, Labor Law - Management and Litigation - Labor and Employment and have been named the Best Lawyers' 2014-15 Albuquerque Employment Law - Individuals "Lawyer of the Year."Only a single lawyer in each practice area, in each community is honored as a "Lawyer of the Year".

Claim against University of New Mexico Athletic Department Settled

Moody & Warner successfully resolved a claim asserted by Sylvia Lopez, a long-time employee of the University of New Mexico Athletic Department. Lopez claimed that when the new head football coach came in he harassed her because of her age and forced her out of the department. As a part of the settlement, among other things, Lopez was reinstated in her employment with the University and was placed in a higher-paying job in another department.

Moody & Warner Recognized as Leading Lawyers in Chambers for 5th Straight Year

Moody & Warner is named in the 2009 Chambers USA Guide to America's Leading Lawyers for Business as one of the leading labor and employment law firms in New Mexico. Chambers names lawyers and firms based on independent research obtained from peers and clients. Partners Chris Moody and Whitney Warner are also named as leading individual lawyers in New Mexico.

Chris Moody and Whitney Warner included in latest Southwest Superlawyers

Both Chris Moody and Whitney Warner are included in Southwest Superlawyers 2009 in the category of labor and employment law. Southwest Superlawyers is a compilation of the top 5% of lawyers in New Mexico and Arizona based on nominations from peers and independent screening by Superlawyers. SeeSuperlawyers.com.

Moody & Warner settles gender discrimination class action against Morgan Stanley for $46 Million

The Washington D.C. Federal Court Approved a $46 Million settlement in a class action gender discrimination case against Morgan Stanley, brought by the firms of Moody & Warner, Sprenger & Lang and Mehri & Skalet. The settlement will benefit a class of over 2,800 female financial advisors.