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Business and professional groups around San Diego will host speakers, mixers and expos this week.


There is a limit in what a tenant should expect from its broker when it comes to navigating the nuances of a complex commercial lease document.

Pettit Kohn Ingrassia & Lutz’s eighth annual Employment Law Symposium will be held on Thursday, Nov. 13, at the Hilton San Diego Del Mar.


San Diego attorney Richard Valdez has been appointed to the board of directors for the San Diego County Fair.

When legendary bank robber Willie Sutton was asked why he robbed banks, his famous response was, “That’s where the money is.”


U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor carefully made her way around the room, approaching unexpected diners with a warm greeting and photo op.

San Diego Superior Court is consolidating small claims and appellate services in response to the severe and ongoing cuts to the state judicial branch's budget.

San Diego Deputy City Attorney Charles Bell has been elected president of the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association. He will be inducted at the group's 38th Annual Awards & Scholarship Dinner, Saturday, Nov. 8.

Duckor Spradling Metzger & Wynne has named shareholder Bryn C. Spradling as its new managing partner. He follows in the steps of his father, firm co-founder Gary J. Spradling, who recently stepped down as managing partner.

Higgs Fletcher & Mack employees recently served nearly 200 meals to families at the Ronald McDonald House Charities San Diego Chapter, and the firm donated $3,000.

James Crosby recently joined Henderson, Caverly, Pum & Charney as a partner in its litigation group. He assists clients in all types of commercial, real estate and business litigation.

California Western School of Law has elected attorney Michael J. Whitton as a member of its board of trustees. Whitton, who is managing partner of the San Diego office of Troutman Sanders, advises and counsels public and private companies, real estate investment trusts, and lending and financial institutions on a variety of complex real estate and business transactions.

The Thomas Jefferson School of Law Alumni Association will hold its annual Judicial Officers Mixer on Thursday, Oct. 30, bringing together state and federal judges to mingle with TJSL students, faculty and alumni.

Fish & Richardson will offer one-year, paid fellowships to women lawyers re-entering the legal profession through the OnRamp Fellowship Program. Fish is one of 15 law firms that have joined the OnRamp program.

The San Diego Law Library on Wednesday hosted a group of international delegates from the National Association of Women Judges, who were visiting San Diego for the NAWJ's annual conference.


The San Diego County District Attorney’s Office announced Monday that it has concluded its review regarding a burglary and vandalism to Congressional candidate Carl DeMaio’s headquarters in May.

California Western School of Law has elected attorney Michael J. Whitton as a member of its board of trustees.


Contractors, marketing and lots of anniversaries are on the agenda this week for business and professional groups.

The San Diego Law Library on Wednesday hosted a group of international delegates from the National Association of Women Judges, who were visiting San Diego for the NAWJ's annual conference.


The California Solar Initiative ran out of funds for residential solar installations earlier this year, eliminating one way homeowners had been able to offset an installation's cost.

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