Construction or Business Disputes?

Don’t Litigate – Mediate • Arbitrate!


Avoiding the time and cost of litigation is usually in the best interest of the parties. If your case needs to go through an evidentiary hearing, arbitration is faster, less expensive and is often better than litigation. Trying to settle is a good thing, but a satisfactory settlement it is not achieved simply through good luck. It takes the willingness of the parties and a skilled mediator to get you there.

Keith S. Burn has extensive training as an arbitrator and a mediator in construction and business disputes. Keith is committed to the concept of fast, efficient dispute resolution unencumbered by endless discovery and motion practice. He believes that the parties deserve a real decision, not one that gives a little bit to everyone.

With offices in Albuquerque and Las Cruces, Keith Burn is your best choice for mediation and arbitration.

Keith S. Burn
is a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent lawyer who grew up in the construction industry. Since 1975, he has been a mediator, arbitrator and litigator of hundreds of construction and commercial cases involving a variety of matters, including:
• Business Organization, Formation, Operation and Dissolution
• Automobile Dealership Purchase, Sale and Operation
• Real Estate Sales, Development, Covenants and Foreclosures
• Disputes Over Construction Defects, Plans and Specifications
• Issues Involving Concrete, Asphalt, Steel, Soils and Foundations
• Roadways, Structures, Solar Power Plants, Roofing Disputes
• Utility, Plumbing, HVAC, Materials Testing and Design Issues
Education and Licensure
• Duke University, BA, 1970
• University of Denver College of Law, JD, 1972
• Licensed to Practice in State and Federal Courts in CO – 1973
• Licensed to Practice in State and Federal Courts in NM – 1975
• Licensed to Practice in United States Tax Court – 1975
• Licensed to Practice in Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals – 1982
• Licensed to Practice in the United States Supreme Court – 1984