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Foley & Lardner Moving from San Diego to Del Mar

Foley & Lardner Moving from San Diego to Del Mar The law firm of Foley & Lardner has decided to move its officer from the central business district of San Diego to Del Mar, according to The Am Law Daily. The co-chair of the firm’s life sciences and industry team…>read more

No Comment May 15, 2014

Federal Court Strikes down San Diego Requirements of Showing “Good Cause” to Get a Concealed-Carry Gun License

Federal Court Strikes down San Diego Requirements of Showing “Good Cause” to Get a Concealed-Carry Gun License In a ruling that gave a jolt to gun-control advocates, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals voided San Diego’s requirements that applicants for concealed-carry gun licenses show “good cause” before being issued a permit to carry a concealed weapon.…>read more

No Comment February 14, 2014

Merry Mayor Accused of Asking Staff to Work without Panties

Merry Mayor Accused of Asking Staff to Work without Panties Last Thursday, San Diego Democratic Party leaders decided not to ask Bob Filner, the mayor of San Diego, to resign over allegations of sexual harassment. Filner has been accused of creating an environment of intimidation with offensive sexual behavior. However,…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2013

Incubator Law Office Program Expanded by CUNY School of Law

Incubator Law Office Program Expanded by CUNY School of Law According to The National Jurist, an incubator law office has been created by California Western School of Law. The office is for attorneys who work in small firm practice or solo practice. The office is part of the Access to…>read more

No Comment October 17, 2012

San Diego and San Jose Voters Approve City Employee Pension Cuts

San Diego and San Jose Voters Approve City Employee Pension Cuts Voters in two California cities have approved cuts to retirement benefits for their city workers. “The public is frustrated,” said San Diego councilman Carl DeMaio. DeMaio ran as Republican for mayor with the stance on cutting the pensions. He has…>read more

No Comment June 6, 2012

Marine Charged with the Murder of another Marine’s Wife

Marine Charged with the Murder of another Marine’s Wife A second person has been arrested regarding the death of Brittany Killgore, the 22-year-old wife of a Marine who was at the time stationed in Afghanistan. Police already placed Jessica Lynn Lopez, 25, under arrest with charges of first degree…>read more

No Comment April 25, 2012

San Diego Restaurant Owner Fined $400,000 For Hiring Illegal Immigrants

San Diego Restaurant Owner Fined $400,000 For Hiring Illegal Immigrants The owner of a popular San Diego restaurant has been hit with a $400,000 fine for employing, illegally, undocumented immigrants. Michel Malecot, 59, was not thrown in jail; as well, his fines and penalties were below the $650,000 sought by…>read more

Comments Off December 27, 2011

Chief of Criminal Division for U.S. Attorney’s Office Set to Join Munger, Tolles & Olson

Chief of Criminal Division for U.S. Attorney’s Office Set to Join Munger, Tolles & Olson Munger, Tolles & Olson announced in recent days that John Owens, Chief of the Criminal Division for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of California, will join the firm’s litigation group as a partner, effective January 3, 2012.…>read more

No Comment December 5, 2011

Duane Morris Adds Pair of Attorneys on West Coast

Duane Morris Adds Pair of Attorneys on West Coast Duane Morris announced recently David A. Charapp has joined the firm as a partner in its San Diego office, in its Corporate Practice Group. In addition, the firm is also pleased to welcome Jarrett Fugh as a partner in its…>read more

No Comment November 21, 2011

Luce Forward Latest to Form Foreclosure Practice

Luce Forward Latest to Form Foreclosure Practice Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps LLP, a California-based full-service law firm, has formed a national foreclosure litigation and investigation practice to deal with the emerging national foreclosure crisis. Luce Forward said its objective with the practice is to provide “one-stop…>read more

No Comment October 25, 2010

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