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Four San Diego area lawyers were installed on the board of the Southern California Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Attorney Louis Dienes has joined Ballard Spahr LLP in San Diego and Los Angeles.

San Diego attorney Debra Greenfield will receive the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program’s Pro Bono Publico Award at the organization’s annual Justice For All Celebration on Sept. 17.

Four San Diego area lawyers were installed on the board of the Southern California Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

A former assistant U.S. attorney and his long-time colleague have launched McNamara Benjamin LLP, a boutique litigation firm focused on representing white collar criminal defendants, civil litigants and federal equity receivers.

Business and professional groups are holding a variety of events this week.

A California judge has handed San Diego a big victory in its quest for water independence.

DLA Piper is again providing pro bono assistance at the annual Stand Down event that offers resources to homeless veterans in San Diego. The event runs Friday through Sunday.

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has hired Fei Shen as an associate in the firm’s San Diego office.

Juan Castaneda, a former assistant U.S. attorney, has launched Castaneda Trial Lawyers in San Diego.

A ruling by a judge that a California university unfairly punished a student for sexual misconduct sends a strong warning that schools under federal pressure to better address rape should not forget to respect the rights of the accused, legal experts said.

A judge denied the University of Southern California's request for a restraining order against the University of California, San Diego, seeking to stop UCSD from accessing an Alzheimer's database amid a lawsuit involving a prominent researcher.

EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager added Qualcomm Inc. to her growing list of fights with U.S. technology companies, saying the chipmaker may be abusing its market power to undercut competitors.

Robert Conca has been promoted to partner at the Jacko Law Group PC.

Ari David has joined Larson & Solecki LLP as of counsel.

In the majority opinion he wrote that legalized gay marriage nationwide, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy said the federal Constitution gave same-sex couples the fundamental right to have equal dignity in the eyes of the law.

The University of Southern California has said that it will seek a restraining order to stop the University of California, San Diego, from hacking into its Alzheimer's research database.

Crosbie Gliner Schiffman Southard & Swanson LLP worked on the deal for Sempra Energy’s shiny new headquarters in downtown San Diego as Cisterra Development’s legal counsel.

The city issued its first taxi permit Tuesday as part of San Diego’s newly deregulated taxi market.

Legal questions abound when it comes to the use of cyber as a means of warfare, and answers aren’t easy to come by.

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