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The man convicted of killing prominent San Diego architect Graham Downes in April 2013 was sentenced Tuesday to serve 15 years to life in state prison.

The University of San Diego School of Business Administration on Tuesday announced it will be offering a new customized M.B.A. program to advance the careers of corporate counsel and in-house attorneys.

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart PC recently added Christopher Olmsted as a shareholder. His arrival is a boost to the firmís employment law, litigation, and wage and hour practice groups and increases the firm’s depth in California.

Sullivan Hill Lewin Rez & Engel of counsel Candace Carroll has been elected to the San Diego Opera board of directors and will serve a two-year term. She has more than 30 years experience handling appeals in the federal, state and bankruptcy appellate courts.

Kevin Gupta has joined Sullivan Hill Lewin Rez & Engel as an associate. He practices primarily in the firmís construction, insurance and litigation practice groups, with a focus on construction and construction-related insurance cases, as well as advising commercial and residential real estate project owners and managers.

Five Fish & Richardson attorneys in San Diego have been recognized as “IP Stars” by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) magazine.

Federal regulators say they've reached a $3.25 million settlement with an Arizona utility over a 2011 blackout that left millions of people without power in California, Arizona and Mexico.

Results from a cross-border collaborative research effort studying employment and industries of San Diego and Imperial counties, as well as Baja California -- which together make up the CaliBaja region -- provides evidence of the region’s importance as a hub for manufacturing, with particular strengths in industry sectors like audio and video equipment manufacturing, and medical device and supplies manufacturing.

The law firm Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart PC has added Christopher Olmsted as a shareholder in the firm’s San Diego office.

San Diego attorney Kevin Gupta has joined Sullivan Hill Lewin Rez & Engel as an associate.

San Diego attorney Candace Carroll has been elected to the San Diego Opera board of directors and will serve a two-year term.

The criminal cases against what San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis once called "the worst cases of corruption" she'd ever seen are closed.

San Diego's e.Digital Corp. (OTCQB: EDIG), a one-time tech pioneer that has recently made much of its money by suing over alleged patent infringement, has filed an infringement suit against security camera maker Dropcam in U.S. District Court in San Diego.

Rite Aid will pay nearly a half-million dollars to settle California claims that it didn't follow consumer protection rules.

On the last day of the session, with crowds of people rallying outside on both sides of the issue, the U.S. Supreme Court released the long-awaited decision in the Hobby Lobby case.

Bill Earley, a former McKenna Long & Aldridge partner, will take over as CEO of the San Diego-Imperial Counties Chapter of the American Red Cross on July 14.

The San Diego Law Library will hold its fifth annual Lindley Law & Comics event Tuesday, July 22, from noon-1 p.m. This year's theme is "Creative Nightmare: Creator's Rights, Licensing, and Work for Hire."

Eleven attorneys from Duckor Spradling Metzger Wynne were recently named to American Lawyer Media's inaugural "legal leaders" list. The DSMW attorneys earning recognition are Gary Spradling, Scott Metzger, John Wynne, Bernard Kleinke, Li-An Leonard, K. Jill Osmars, Anna Roppo, Michael Reed, Bryn Spardling, Douglas Lytle and James Chodzko.

A new legal consulting company, called Law Leaders Lab, recently opened to help lawyers, law firms and legal service providers develop strategies to strengthen their practices, grow their businesses, and communicate value to clients.

The Supreme Court has declined to intervene in the long-running dispute over a war memorial cross in San Diego before a federal appeals court has its say.

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