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On March 23, the New Mexico Department of Health issued a public health emergency order closing all businesses and non-profit entities except for those deemed essential. Essential businesses include, among others, banks, credit unions, insurance providers, payroll services, brokerage services, and investment management firms.
On March 17, the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department issued temporary regulatory guidance regarding working from home due to Covid-19 concerns. The guidance permits New Mexico mortgage licensees and their staff to work from their home residence, which may not be licensed as a branch, provided certain requirements are met.
- Hank Asbill to discuss "Critique of direct examination; Questions and answers" at the American Bar Association Section of Litigation Anatomy of a Trial: Murder Trial of Ziang Sung Wan
- Hank Asbill to discuss "What judges want from trial lawyers" at the American Bar Association Section of Litigation Anatomy of a Trial: Murder Trial of Ziang Sung Wan
- Benjamin W. Hutten to discuss "Understanding OFAC sanctions" at a NAFCU webinar
- Warren W. Traiger to discuss "Key takeaways from proposed CRA modernization" at the New York Bankers Association Technology, Compliance & Risk Management Forum
- Garylene D. Javier to discuss "Navigating workplace culture in 2020" at the DC Bar Conference