39th Annual Update on New Mexico Tort Law



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39th annual update on new mexico tort law

Friday, April 24, 2020

6.5 CLE Credits (5.5 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.

Program
 
Personal Jurisdiction Over Foreign
Corporations in New Mexico Courts:
An Overview and Analysis of Cases
Pending in the New Mexico Supreme Court
Professor Ted Occhialino
 
TCA Update
Frank T. Davis, Jr., Esq.
 
Medicaid Update
Susan K. Tomita, Esq.
 
Workers Compensation Update
Veronica Dorato, Esq. & Derek L. Weems, Esq.
 
Immigration Issues in Tort Claims
Julio C. Romero, Esq.
 
Insurance Law Update
Geoffrey R. Romero, Esq.
 
Ethics of Court Secrecy (EP)
Arthur H. Bryant, Esq. 
 
Evidence Update
George L. Bach, Jr., Esq.
 
Cases on Appeal
Laura R. Callanan, Esq.
 
Kitchen Sink
David J. Stout, Esq.
 
 
 
 
Joleen K. Youngers, Program Co-Chair
BRUCE E. THOMPSON, PROGRAM CO-CHAIR
 
 
 
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Location

LiveStream

This program will be presented by LiveStream only


Sponsors

Capital Strategies

Keith Padilla, CFP; Benjamin Walton; and Keith Jordan
Investment Adviser Representatives

Kelly Ramsdale & Associates

Plaintiff-only structured settlement consultant

Morrow Settlement Services

Structured Settlements

Well States Healthcare

Robin Gillespie Cassio and Kourtney Hoff

Cancellation Policy

Requests for refunds received after April 17, 2020 cannot be honored, but seminar materials and audio CD will be mailed to registrant, or a substitute may attend.


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