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Now that the superheroes have left town, business and professional groups can get back to business.


CBS Local Media has entered into an agreement to acquire Eventful Inc., a San Diego-based digital media company, CBS officials announced Thursday.

San Diego attorney Heather Rosing was recently elected vice president of the State Bar of California for 2014-15.


A San Diego woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to misdemeanor crimes of practicing law without a license and grand theft, according to the San Diego city attorney's office.


Are you worried about the rising cost of your health care? Unsure of where to find the right answers about the Affordable Care Act and how the ACA will affect your business? Concerned about your opportunity to grow because of the demands of health care reform?

On the eve of Comic-Con, a group of artists and lawyers gathered at the San Diego Law Library to talk about the future of print comics, how to protect the creations and technology's effect on the industry.

Gov. Jerry Brown recently appointed prosecutors Enrique Camarena and Daniel Link and public defenders Matthew Braner and Selena Epley to San Diego County Superior Court judgeships.

The San Diego law office of Jassim & Associates recently added attorney Nathan G. Batterman.

Best-selling author Scott Turow is coming to Qualcomm (5775 Morehouse Drive) to discuss his latest book, "Identical," Tuesday, Aug. 5, at 6:30 p.m. The event, which includes a book signing, is being sponsored by Warwickís, the San Diego Law Library and Qualcomm.

California Western School of Law third-year student Mary Naoom won the George Bennett Closing Argument Tournament, competing with more than 30 other interns who work at the San Diego County district attorney's office.

Fish & Richardson recently selected three San Diego middle school students – Mario Rodriguez Alves, Kevin Nguyen and Gicel Abraham –to receive full scholarships to attend the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala., this summer.

DLA Piper continued its tradition of volunteering at the Stand Down for Homeless Veterans event last weekend. More than 40 DLA Piper volunteers provided a range of services to the veterans who attended.

Morrison & Foerster partner Andrew Serwin has been appointed to the board of the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA) effective September 9. The NCFTA is a nonprofit corporation focused on identifying, mitigating, and neutralizing cybercrime threats.


A former Qualcomm Inc. executive pleaded guilty to using insider information to make about $1 million in profit from stock trades in 2010 and 2011, the Justice Department said.


The law firm DLA Piper will continue its tradition of volunteering at the 26th Stand Down for Homeless Veterans event, which will be held Friday through Sunday at the San Diego High School athletics field.

Gov. Jerry Brown recently appointed prosecutors Enrique Camarena and Daniel Link and public defenders Matthew Braner and Selena Epley to San Diego County Superior Court judgeships.

The law firm Fish & Richardson recently selected three San Diego middle school students -- Mario Rodriguez Alves, Kevin Nguyen and Gicel Abraham -- to receive full scholarships to attend the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala., this summer.


San Diego attorney Andrew Serwin, a partner at Morrison & Foerster, has been appointed to the board of the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA), effective Sept. 9.


Lawyers Club of San Diego recently launched a Human Trafficking Task Force, which held its inaugural meeting May 28.

Patricia Hollenbeck, a partner with the law firm Duane Morris, has been elected as the 43rd president of Lawyers Club of San Diego. Her one-year term began July 1.

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