Bobbie Collins is an associate in the firm’s Litigation practice group, focusing on complex civil litigation, real estate, and taxation law. Her practice includes representing national, regional and local business entities in a variety of commercial disputes, including director/officer liability, shareholder derivative actions, business management agreements, defamation, strict product liability, construction claims, patent and trademark infringement, and government contracting matters.
Bobbie’s commercial real estate experience including representing lenders, landlords, tenants, retail/shopping centers, and loan servicing companies in loan document reviews, title matters, receiverships, foreclosures, evictions, lease negotiations and Section 1031 like-kind exchanges. She also maintains a New Mexico Real Estate Associate Broker’s license.
Bobbie’s commercial litigation and real estate practices are further strengthened by her tax background and Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation. She provides general advice and litigation representation of individuals, business entities, and tax exempt organizations in local, state, and federal taxation matters, including audits and protests.
During law school Bobbie clerked for the Honorable (Ret.) Ronald Crowder of the Fourth Judicial District, Colorado, and for the Peterson Air Force Base Judge Advocate’s Office. Prior to private practice, Bobbie was a Deputy District Attorney in the El Paso County District Attorney’s office in Colorado Springs, Colorado where she tried misdemeanor and felony jury trials, including serving as first chair on an attempted premeditated murder case. She has also worked for another national law firm in Colorado and a large local firm in Albuquerque.