Tag Archives: Restrictive Covenants

With restrictive covenants, it’s better to beg permission than ask forgiveness

The Court of Appeals has upheld enforcement of a restrictive covenant against a woman who opened a dog training and boarding business in a residential area. See Myers v. Armstrong (Feb. 5, 2014), opinion by Judge James Wechsler. The moral … Continue reading

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NM Supreme Court issues four decisions in civil cases

Yesterday the New Mexico Supreme Court issued four opinions in civil cases: 1.  Strausberg v. Laurel Healthcare Providers.  In this medical malpractice action, the defendant nursing home moved to compel arbitration. The plaintiff claimed that the agreement was procedurally unconscionable, … Continue reading

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