New Mexico Business Laws
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Quite a bit of our daily lives are impacted by businesses, including our employers, products we purchase, and the cars we drive; which is why there are so many laws regulating businesses. Welcome to FindLaw's section on New Mexico's business-based laws, with legalese-free descriptions of important business laws impacting trade, employment, and more. In this section, you'll read about antitrust laws, which seek to protect consumers by fostering a competitive business environment, and laws prohibiting certain deceptive business practices, such as false advertising. In addition, you'll learn about wage and hour laws, such as overtime and minimum wage provisions. Click on a link below to learn more about New Mexico's business laws.
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