New Mexico Supreme Court Schedules Hearing In Case Over Business Compensation For Pandemic Losses

Administrative Office of the Courts News:

The Supreme Court issued an order today scheduling oral arguments on Jan. 13 in a case over whether the state must compensate businesses for losses from temporary closures or other public health emergency restrictions.

The Court’s order establishes a schedule for the parties to submit legal briefs and it stays district court proceedings in more than a dozen lawsuits filed by businesses seeking compensation.

Documents in the case, State v. Wilson, S-1-SC-38510, are available in SOPA.
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