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Business and professional groups will offer a range of activities this week.

The San Diego County Sheriff's Department is asking the Board of Supervisors to let it go the way of the San Diego Police Department by approving the use of body cameras on its deputies.


Both sides in the battle over the future of the former Escondido Country Club site made their last pitches Thursday to the judge who will decide whether to invalidate a general plan amendment declaring the property as open space.


The battle over the future of the former Escondido Country Club, which has pitted the property owner against local residents, heads back to the courtroom Thursday.

When Dan Malcolm, chairman of the Port of San Diego’s board of commissioners, opened a hearing on whether to build a gigantic Ferris wheel along the waterfront, he told his fellow commissioners that they were about to have “a little bit of fun.”

The Port of San Diego sent out a request last summer for qualifications on its plan with the city of Chula Vista to build a hotel and convention center along Chula Vista's bay front, a major component of the city's Bayfront Master Plan. A "whopping" response was received, "but it turned out to be a good one," Chula Vista City Manager Gary Halbert said recently.

San Diego County businesses have special opportunities to help the region conserve water through the adoption of water-efficient practices indoors and outdoors during what is shaping up to be a fourth consecutive dry year. Those upgrades can boost the bottom line and demonstrate the business’ dedication to the efficient use of natural resources.


The San Diego Law Library is partnering with a variety of other organizations to present an event on March 5 called “Tomorrow’s Law Firm Today.”

Rockwood & Noziska LLP announced it has added Erik Nelson as an associate.

Cooley LLP continues to lead the pack among law firms handling capital-markets transactions, registering another record-breaking year in 2014.

Leventhal Law Founder Joe Leventhal has been named president of the Federal Bar Association's (FBA) San Diego chapter.

The San Diego Law Library is partnering with other organizations to present “Tomorrow's Law Firm Today” on March 5. The event will cover new strategies and tactics to manage and develop your practice in the changing legal marketplace.

Fish & Richardson is teaming up with the California Lawyers for the Arts to host a complimentary reception and interactive discussion Thursday on the California Inventors Assistance Program.

Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch has promoted Greta Proctor to senior counsel. Proctor, whose elevation became effective in January, works primarily with charter schools and hospitals.

Rockwood & Noziska LLP has added Erik Nelson as an associate. He focuses on insurance, construction defect and business law.

Members of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program began providing free income-tax return preparation in the East Village at 495 Eleventh Ave.


Fish & Richardson is teaming with the California Lawyers for the Arts to host a complimentary reception and interactive discussion on the California Inventors Assistance Program on Feb. 26.

Business and professional groups will hold events this week on a wide range of topics.


The city of San Diego’s redevelopment agency has been gone for three years, a casualty of Gov. Jerry Brown’s successful efforts to boost state coffers by dissolving the agencies.

Starting Saturday, members from the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program will provide free income tax return preparation in the East Village.

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