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Q & A with Alicia McConnell

In Rising Stars, Super Lawyers by Kristy DonahueLeave a Comment

*Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The patented selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.” SUPER LAWYERS What made you want to become an attorney? In 2005, I began working at a firm for some of the current members …

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Moving Out of New Mexico; Should you sell your business, or move it with you?

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If you choose to sell your business There are certainly options available to you. For example, there are business brokers who specialize in finding buyers for viable businesses. They typically take a percentage of the sale price as a fee or commission and help negotiate the terms of the sale between the buyer and seller. Typically, brokers who want to …

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Kallie Dixon talks about being a Super Lawyer

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*Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The patented selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.”SUPER LAWYERS My practice focuses on licensure defense- I assist individuals in defending complaints concerning their licenses in front of their licensing boards (e.g. physicians, …

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Getting to know Timothy R. Mortimer Esq. 2020 New Mexico Super Lawyer

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*Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The patented selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations .” Super Lawyers Timothy R. Mortimer has expertise in several practice areas, including business litigation, probate work on wills and estates, and managing business …

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Documentation For Businesses During COVID-19 Discussed on KRQE This Week

In Business Tips, Contracts by Kristy DonahueLeave a Comment

Business Law Southwest Partner, Don Kochersberger was interviewed by KRQE this week to discuss New Mexico Governor, Michelle Grisham Lujan’s Stay at Home Order https://cv.nmhealth.org/2020/03/23/state-enacts-further-restrictions-to-stop-spread-including-stay-at-home-instruction/ and how businesses that are providing essential infrastructure services should operate go forward. Does your business need Essential Infrastructure Documentation? Would you like to discuss with an attorney if your business falls within the guidelines …

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NM Unemployment Benefits in the Wake of COVID-19

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If you need to reduce your workforce, make sure you have the facts to share with your employees about unemployment benefits. Unemployment Benefits Both the State of New Mexico and the federal government have adjusted unemployment benefits. Here is what employees can expect and where to find more information. New Mexico Unemployment The State of New Mexico has eased unemployment …

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What Counts as “Essential Business” in Today’s COVID-19 Environment?

In Business Tips, Business Transactions by Don KochersbergerLeave a Comment

Recently the Governor of New Mexico issued a stay at home instruction for New Mexicans.   https://cv.nmhealth.org/2020/03/23/state-enacts-further-restrictions-to-stop-spread-including-stay-at-home-instruction/  The order lists what types of businesses have been deemed “essential business” but falls short of offering much detail other than that.   The fact of the matter is many businesses provide products and services that their owners/managers certainly believe to be essential in today’s …

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Can My Business Re-Negotiate Its Contracts with Vendors and Our Landlord in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic?

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In today’s COVID environment, businesses are being told to close their doors and send employees homes.  As such, many business owners are struggling to earn enough revenue to be able to meet their contractual obligations to their vendors, landlords and banks, let alone make payroll.  With financial disaster looming for so many businesses, do standard contracts, loan documents or leases …

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Successfully Managing Your Business During Social Distancing. (Coronavirus)

In Business Tips by Vanesa LewingerLeave a Comment

With schools closed, empty shelves at grocery stores and people it a general panic, it’s hard to imagine how one carries on, business as usual. If you’re like me, your mind has been sucked down every what-if rabbit hole imaginable, finding it hard to envision what “normal” looks like and how your work fits into this new reality. As the …