Gregg Vance Fallick, Attorney at Law

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Samples Of Gregg Vance Fallick’s Legal Work

State v. Michael A. Toll

Michael Toll opened a small construction company in Deming, New Mexico in 1999, and made the mistake of contracting with the local football coach and his wife on a renovation project. Contract disputes persisted, the owners stopped paying, construction stopped, and ultimately Mr. Toll left Deming. The owners then successfully urged the local DA to bring thirteen entirely unjustified criminal charges against Mr. Toll, and he was arrested at gunpoint on $ 50,000 cash bail. Mr. Toll then languished in jail while being represented by another attorney, until his family provided him with financial assistance to hire me and post bail.

Upon the conclusion of the probable cause hearing, the Judge immediately dismissed all pending charges. These are excerpts of the audio recordings of my cross-examination of the principle complaining witness (Gibbs) and the DA’s investigator (Jurado).

Lees v. Storefront Specialties and Glazing, LLC, et al.

Simon Lees was seriously injured in a collision with defendants’ truck while he was commuting on his bicycle. Defendants and their insurance company refused to pay Mr. Lees fair compensation for his injuries, and the case was tried to a jury. Including reimbursement for court costs, Mr. Lees recovered a total of $ 1,223,854.02.

Attached from the Lees case are: (1) a motion for sanctions, (2) a motion for partial summary judgment, (3) transcript excerpts from the cross-examination of an owner of the defendant business, and (4) transcript excerpts from the cross-examination of defendants’ supposed "expert."

Mescalero Apache Tribe v. Woodley

The defendants submitted fraudulent bills to the Mescalero Apache Tribe, and the Tribe filed suit to recover its damages.

Attached are two sanctions motions (motion to revoke and omnibus motion), which contended that defendants and their counsel improperly attempted to obstruct the truth-finding function of the Court, as well as a transcript of my examination of defendants’ counsel.

Malott v. Correra, et al., etc.

Bruce Malott filed suit for damages he suffered as a result of defendants’ fraudulent conduct, including the false impression defendants created that Mr. Malott somehow was complicit in their misconduct.

Attached are Mr. Malott’s (1) complaint regarding defendants’ fraudulent misconduct, (2) Omnibus Response to the defendants’ avalanche of motions to dismiss, and (3) cross-petition for certiorari in a related matter, in which Plaintiff Frank Foy asserted demonstrably false allegations against Mr. Malott.

Practice Limited To High-Stakes Trials, Pretrial Litigation And Related Matters, Including Plaintiff’s Contingency Fee Business Disputes, Complex Commercial Litigation, Catastrophic Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Class Actions, White Collar Criminal Defense, First Amendment And Defamation, Professional Licensing Hearings, Whistleblower Cases, Qui Tam Actions, Commercial Real Estate Disputes, Tax Litigation, Trust, Estate And Will Challenges, Security Clearance Proceedings, And Appeals.

Representing Clients In All Cities And Towns Throughout New Mexico, Including: Alamogordo, Albuquerque, Aztec, Belen, Bloomfield, Carlsbad, Chama, Corona, Clovis, Cloudcroft, Cuba, Deming, Espanola, Farmington, Gallup, Grants, Hatch, Hobbs, Jemez Springs, Las Cruces, Las Vegas, Lordsburg, Lovington, Magdelana, Moriarty, Ojo Caliente, Raton, Rio Rancho, Roswell, Ruidoso, Santa Fe, Silver City, Socorro, T Or C, Taos And Tularosa.