Little V. West counsels new and established businesses on development and implementation of best practices to comply with employment and labor laws and regulations.
When issues evolve into disputes before administrative agencies or courts, Little effectively guides clients through dispute resolution or litigation, and represents clients as a government affairs advocate, helping clients to achieve their goals from a policy perspective.
Little has experience representing health care providers, particularly with matters involving allegations of drug use, testing, retaliation, mental capacity, and fraud. He also has experience engaging elected and appointed leaders in the executive and legislative arenas in New Mexico representing the energy, financial, cannabis, and film industries.
Little also represents clients as a government affairs advocate, helping clients to achieve their goals from a policy perspective.
Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Little was an associate at a Santa Fe based law firm. Before beginning to practice, he clerked for the Hon. Terrence L. O’Brien of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and the Hon. Bruce D. Black of the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico.