GandyDancer, LLC and Rock House CGM, LLC are business competitors that provide services to railroad companies. GandyDancer believed that Rock House CGM was not properly licensed in New Mexico, and had misrepresented the nature of its services, which enabled it … Continue reading →
Dan McKay has this story in the Albuquerque Journal about yesterday’s oral argument in Siebert v. Okun. The question presented is whether the damages cap in the New Mexico Medical Malpractice Act violates Article II, Section 12 of the New … Continue reading →
Robert Nott has this story in the Santa Fe New Mexican about yesterday’s oral argument in State v. Yepez, which involves the admissibility of evidence that the defendant’s genes predisposed him to act violently. While serving as a judge on … Continue reading →
Katy Barnitz has this story in the Albuquerque Journal describing yesterday’s oral argument in State v. David Barber and State v. Elexus Groves, a case in which the New Mexico Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether aggravated fleeing … Continue reading →
It’s oral argument week at the New Mexico Supreme Court, and here’s the lineup: Monday, November 4, 2019 State v. Yepez. Should a criminal defendant be able to introduce evidence that he has a “warrior gene” which predisposes him to … Continue reading →
Tenth Circuit Judge Paul Kelly, whom the Supreme Court of the United States appointed as special master in Florida v. Georgia, has entered an order setting oral argument on December 16, 2019, at 10 a.m., at the Pete V. Domenici … Continue reading →
On September 11, 2019, the New Mexico Court of Appeals will hear oral argument in Albuquerque in State v. Leo Jim. UPDATE: On August 6, 2019, the Court vacated the oral argument, and will reset the date. At issue in … Continue reading →
A panel of the Tenth Circuit heard six oral arguments in Santa Fe last week. The court heard five criminal cases, and one civil case involving qualified immunity. The Court has now posted recordings of those arguments here.
A panel of the Tenth Circuit will be hearing oral arguments in six cases at the federal courthouse in Santa Fe next Friday, July 19, beginning at 9 a.m. Here is the argument schedule. The panel consists of Chief Judge … Continue reading →
Russell Contreras has this report about this morning’s oral argument before the New Mexico Supreme Court in the assisted suicide case, Morris v. Brandenburg.