Slate’s Law Blog

Enforcing Restrictive Covenants in New Mexico

Enforcing Restrictive Covenants in New Mexico

Many businesses in New Mexico include restrictive covenants, which are also known as covenants not to compete, non-competition agreements, and non-compete agreements, in employment contracts or severance agreements in order to protect their business interests. There...

Personal Injuries in Winter

Personal Injuries in Winter

Personal injuries can occur in any season, but certain types of injuries can be especially common during the winter months given the risks of ice and snow. Although snow tends to melt quickly after it falls in Santa Fe, the temperatures certainly drop in the winter,...

Five Things to Know About Business Fraud

Five Things to Know About Business Fraud

If you have concerns that your business has been harmed as a result of business fraud, it is important to know that you can seek counsel from an experienced Santa Fe business litigation lawyer at Slate Stern Law. In the meantime, our attorneys want to provide you with...

Trade Secrets and Work-From-Home Employees

Trade Secrets and Work-From-Home Employees

Business owners in the Santa Fe area need to think carefully about trade secrets and trade secret protections when they have work-from-home employees. Given that the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in substantially more employees working from home, and many of those...