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Please contact the NMBOP to reserve your space for a NMBOP sponsored Law Update. To reserve, you may contact the NMBOP at 505-222-9830 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The NMBOP Albuquerque area Law Updates will be held at the NMBOP office. In 2015, an update will be held in the morning from 9AM to 11AM and in the afternoon from 2PM to 4PM. All of the NMBOP sponsored Albuquerque area law updates fall on a Friday. If you wish to attend a Pharmacy Law Update that is sponsored by the NMPhA or NMSHP, please contact the organization directly to reserve. Please note that the dates and times for the NMPhA or NMSHP sponsored law updates varies. Remember, the Law Update held at the NMBOP, while presented at no charge, do not have an ACPE number.
To insure you receive a certificate & required credit for your live Pharmacy Law CE, please call or email the NMBOP at 505-222-9830 or email@example.com
Please contact NMBOP at 505-222-9830 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register and reserve your spot. NMBOP sponsored Pharmacy Law Updates will be held on a Tuesday from 7-9PM. Contact the NMBOP for more information, if necessary.
To insure you receive a certificate & required credit for your live Pharmacy Law CE, please call or email Jessica Chavez-Lance at 505-222-9830 or Jessica.Chavezemail@example.com
SANTA FE – Two Eddy County business partners, doing business as Dusais Enterprises, LLC, have been arrested and charged with four felony counts for allegedly selling fraudulent and unauthorized securities to Carlsbad investors.
Santa Fe - In the culmination of a joint effort between local law enforcement agencies and the state's Securities Division, William "Bill" Turner, a Broker from Tularosa, was sentenced to serve 9 ½ years for securities fraud. Turner is scheduled to report to the Department of Corrections in Los Lunas, on May 29, 2015 at 2:00 pm.
SANTA FE – The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department’s Alcohol and Gaming Division today announced penalties against four establishments for over-serving alcohol to intoxicated customers who later became involved in drunken driving incidents resulting in four fatalities.