38th Annual Update on New Mexico Tort Law



38th annual update on new mexico tort law

Friday, April 5, 2019

6.7 CLE Credits (5.7 General and 1.0 EP)

The seminar will be fast paced and loaded with information that will help us all achieve a higher level of practice. Our goal is to provide a thoughtful discussion of the significant New Mexico cases from the past year, and to provide insight into important emerging topics. There were major developments in the past year regarding insurance law, claims under the Tort Claims Act, and tort law generally. Don't miss this great opportunity to explore those decisions and developments so vital to our practice.

Civil Procedure Update
Professor Ted Occhialino
Evidence Update
Professor George L. Bach, Jr.
Workers Compensation Update
Veronica Dorato, Esq. & Derek L. Weems, Esq.
Digital Evidence: Preserving What You Got, They Got,
and Spoliation Remedies
Allegra Carpenter, Esq.
2019 Legislative and Political Update
David J. Jaramillo & Peter C. Mallery, NMTLA/F EX. DIR.
Insurance Law Update
Ray M. Vargas, II, Esq. 
Employment Law Update
Timothy L. White, Esq.
Cases on Appeal
Lee Hunt, Esq.
Pitfalls in the Wrongful Death Act (EP)
William D. Slease, Esq.
Cleanup Crew - Other Issues and Cases of Interest
David J. Stout, Esq.
Joleen K. Youngers, Program Co-Chair
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Sandia Resort & Casino

30 Rainbow Road NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico


Garrison Settlements
Ryan Garrison is a financial adviser and structured settlement consultant with a local Albuquerque office in Nob Hill.

Kelly Ramsdale & Associates
Kelly Ramsdale & Associates is a plaintiff-only structured settlement consultant located in Denver, Colorado. - Kelly Ramsdale

New Mexico Bank & Trust
Wealth Advisory Services - Elisabeth (Lisa) Millich, JD, LL.M.

Oasis Financial
Jessica Sudol, Senior Director, West

The Settlement Alliance

VanFleet Settlements
Sara VanFleet

Zia Trust, Inc.
John Attwood
Cancellation Policy

Requests for refunds received after March 29, 2019 cannot be honored, but seminar materials and audio CD will be mailed to registrant, or a substitute may attend.



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