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The Affordable Care Act was expected to reduce the number of people turning to emergency rooms for care because it would result in millions of Americans securing health insurance and finding primary care physicians.

Ruthleen Uy has joined Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton as part of its software and electrical engineering team in its Intellectual Property Department.

Renee Botham, senior counsel at the law firm of Balestreri Potocki & Holmes, has been elected president of the San Diego Association of Insurance Professionals (SDAIP) for the 2015-2016 term.

In her nearly four years on the State Bar of California's board of trustees, San Diego attorney Heather Rosing has served at different times as treasurer and vice president.


Joseph Dunn has been named a member (partner) of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo PC.

Susan Daly has joined Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP as part of its real estate team.

Tara Duester, an associate at Brown Law Group, has been named to the Lawyers Club of San Diego board.

A San Diego Superior Court judge recently dismissed a lawsuit against the city of San Diego concerning its previous policy of allowing only one day for public comment at city council meetings each week.


Business and professional groups are planning a range of activities this week.

Tara Duester, an associate at Brown Law Group, has been named to the Lawyers Club of San Diego board.

Joseph Dunn, an attorney based in the San Diego office of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo PC has been named a member of the firm.

A second former staffer in county Supervisor Dave Roberts' office filed a claim Thursday seeking damages from the county of San Diego.

A federal appeals court in New York on Friday gave a green light to a class action lawsuit accusing San Diego's Encore Capital Group — one of the nation's largest debt collection agencies — of violating state laws on usury through the double-digit interest rates it charges on overdue debts.


A San Diego Superior Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the city of San Diego concerning its previous policy of allowing only one day for public comment at City Council meetings each week.

A federal appeals court has restored many of the city of San Diego’s claims in a lawsuit it filed against Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LLP alleging that leaking tanks and pipelines on the company’s fuel distribution facility polluted the soil and groundwater in Mission Valley for decades.


The owner of the former Escondido Country Club property says the city has chosen to ignore his offer to resolve the ongoing legal battle over the future of the site.


The San Diego Convention Corp. exceeded its authority by spending close to $8 million on a planned contiguous expansion of the facility that is now in limbo, according to a San Diego County grand jury report.

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a federal lawsuit alleging the city of Escondido violated the U.S. Constitution and other laws when it denied the request of a nonprofit to house unaccompanied immigrant children.

Carlsbad trial attorney Gregory Lievers has been accepted as a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, an organization that promotes high ethical and technical standards of litigation practice.

Lawyers Club of San Diego's Human Trafficking Task Force is sponsoring a series of legal sessions throughout San Diego County, beginning this week, to educate attorneys and judges about the topic.

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