Month: April 2020

Tina Gooch Featured in Family Friendly Blog

One of Sutin's lawyers, Tina Muscarella Gooch, is an active member of the Family Friendly New Mexico's Business Leadership Council. A recent post on FFNM's blog featured Tina and her reasons for becoming a member of the Council, and the excerpt is below: Since the...

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Chambers USA 2020 List Recognizes Sutin Lawyers

Seven of Sutin, Thayer & Browne's lawyers have been recognized as leading individuals in five Chambers-designated practice areas. In addition, the Firm itself was recognized in the following areas:  Corporate/Commercial; Litigation: General Commercial; and Real...

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More Loan Programs and Tax Extensions Announced

SBIC Loans to Complement Existing Programs The New Mexico Small Business Investment Corporations (“NMSBIC”) has announced it will be making $25 million in new small business loans to businesses in the state affected by COVID-19. These loans will complement federal...

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EEOC Updates COVID-19 Guidance

On April 17, the EEOC issued updated technical assistance and questions and answers regarding disability-related inquiries, confidentiality of medical information, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) implications and other issues which employers are facing due to...

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Super Lawyers Names Sutin Lawyers to 2020 List

Five lawyers from Sutin, Thayer & Browne have been selected for inclusion to the 2020 Southwest Super Lawyers list, a ranking of outstanding lawyers who have attained high degrees of peer recognition and professional achievement. Of the attorneys nominated this...

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SIC Recovery Fund, Temporary FFCRA Guidelines Announced

SIC Recovery Fund The New Mexico State Investment Council (SIC) has finalized a $100 million New Mexico Recovery Fund (the "Fund") program to help businesses stay afloat during the COVID-19 outbreak. The SIC will make two- to four-year loans of between $500,000 and...

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Healthcare Law Updates Regarding COVID-19

Medical Malpractice Requirements During COVID-19 Emergency The New Mexico Superintendent of Insurance issued a notice on April 8, 2020, addressing Medical Malpractice Act (“MMA”) requirements during the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. The MMA sets forth requirements...

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