Arlyn Crow has litigated hundreds of civil matters over his 14 years in the legal industry and has had the unique and advantageous opportunity of representing both large and small businesses, as well as individuals, throughout the United States and the State of New Mexico. His practice spans such diverse areas as shareholder, business and contract disputes; mergers and acquisitions; insurance and reinsurance industry disputes; mining and oil rig accidents; construction defect and accident claims; wrongful death and personal injury suits; and professional negligence issues. Arlyn Crow has also practiced law in the professional licensure and education areas.
One of Arlyn’s key practice areas is construction defect. Having worked in the construction industry prior to attending law school, Arlyn uses this experience to inform practical and efficient approaches to solving legal problems.
ADAMS+CROW, P.C. (May 2016-present) Managing Partner
Law Office of Arlyn G. Crow, P.C. (November 2014-May 2016) Owner/President
Rock Tops, LLC (2014) General Counsel/Founding Member
Olsen, Parden & Crow, P.C. (2012-2014) President
Arlyn G. Crow, P.C. (2007-2012) Owner/President
Silva & Saucedo, P.C. (2006-2007) Associate Attorney
Madison, Harbour, Mroz & Brennan, P.A. (2004-2006) Associate Attorney
University of New Mexico School of Law, J.D. (2003)
New Mexico Law Review, Manuscript Editor, (2002-2003)
University of New Mexico’s National Moot Court Team Member (2003)
- New Mexico
- U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
“Does the Federal Arbitration Act Mandate the Holdings of Bowen v. Amoco Pipeline Co.?” 33 New Mexico Law Review, (2003)
Arlyn Crow represents a variety of business clients, and has included a few representative clients below.
- Century Administration Company, Inc.
- Pessada Holdings, LLC
- Hospice of New Mexico
- Mountain States Insurance Group
- Gosch Automotive Group
- Robert Caswell Investigations, Inc.
- G.B. Investments Reinsurance Co., Ltd.
- Warehouse 508/NMX Sports
- Brown-Minneapolis Tank Co./Graver Tank Co.
- N.M. Underground, Inc.
- Aztec Grading, Inc.
- Wood Moulding Specialists, Inc.
Gadler v. Kyzer, S. Ct. No. 32,725 (2011) – Favorable election contest appealed to the New Mexico Supreme Court; trial court’s decision upheld.
Shadoan v. Cities of Gold Casino, 2010-NMCA-002, 147 N.M. 444, 224 P.3d 671 – Overruling trial court’s decision to grant a new trial based upon juror affidavits.
Recognized as a Southwest Lawyers Rising Star (2012 and 2013)
New Mexico State Bar, Trial Section – Treasurer/Board Member