Voice-over-IP provider Packet Fusion recently opened its newest office in Carlsbad to better assist clients in the San Diego market.
The same day that a congressional report found the Chinese are developing space technologies capable of shutting down the U.S. military’s communication infrastructure, Robert Hormats, vice chairman of Kissinger Associates, made the case for a positive Chinese-U.S. economic relationship in the future.
When proponents of legal incubators held seminars several years ago about their efforts to address the unmet legal needs of the public, they say they were thrilled to draw anywhere from a half-dozen to a dozen people.
Xpera CM, a San Diego-based construction management consulting firm, has been retained by the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians to provide construction management services for a second hotel tower at the Viejas Casino in Alpine.
The newly selected Roman Catholic bishop of San Diego says Congress needs to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
Opponents of the recently approved One Paseo -- Kilroy Realty Corp.’s 1.4 million-square-foot mixed-use project in Carmel Valley -- have launched a referendum campaign.
Orexigen Therapeutics Inc. shares soared the most in more than three years after the drugmaker said its diet pill Contrave had cardiovascular benefits.
San Diego Land Lawyers Inc. has added Morgan Wazlaw as an attorney.
The San Diego City Council on Tuesday voted to accept $9.5 million from the federal government to help renovate the century-old Georgia Street Bridge over University Avenue, with the goal of finishing construction by fall 2016.
Cory Lacy has joined Stutz Artiano Shinoff & Holtz’s San Diego office as an associate and will focus his practice on general civil litigation matters and business law.
The San Diego Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators is holding a human relations symposium on March 12 focused on how to respond to uncommon HR issues.
In what turned out to be a giant pep rally for the San Diego Chargers, more than 2,000 fans came to Qualcomm Stadium on Monday night to voice their support for finding the team a new venue somewhere in the county – whether downtown, at the old El Cajon Speedway near Gillespie Field or on its current turf in Mission Valley.
San Diego-based Lytx Inc., a global leader in video-based driver safety, announced Tuesday that the National Private Truck Council has named Del Lisk to its NPTC Institute Board of Governors.
The San Diego ESI forum is hosting a panel discussion March 12 about the use of the “unduly burdensome” objection in response to electronic discovery requests.
Jodi Doucette, of counsel at Sullivan Hill, is hosting a complimentary business and employment law workshop later this month titled “The Legal Lowdown: How to keep your business on track (and out of trouble) in 2015.”
San Diego-based Regen BioPharma Inc. (OTC Pink: RGBP) announced that it has filed a patent application for a therapy for the treatment of myelodysplastic syndrome.
Michael E. Sullivan has been elected to the partnership of Latham & Watkins.
San Diego-based Denovo Biopharma LLC announced Tuesday that it has exclusively licensed its Pomaglumetad Methionil schizophrenia drug from Eli Lilly & Co. (NYSE: LLY)
NuVasive Inc. announced that the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit overturned the damages award in NuVasive’s ongoing patent lawsuit with Medtronic Sofamor Danek USA Inc. and Warsaw Orthopedic Inc., and ViaSat Inc. announced expanded capabilities in high-speed, low-power secure space-based ASIC and FPGA microprocessor design with the acquisition of the product and technology portfolio of EAI Design Services LLC, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's March 4, 1997 issue:
The 42-unit apartment at 1973 Apple St., Oceanside 92054, has been sold for $5.15 million, or $122,000 per unit.
The Deal of the Week was the sale of the 264-suite hotel at 701 A St. in downtown San Diego 92191, for $50,030,800 to Marriott Ownership Resorts Inc. (MORI).
CBRE Capital Markets' Debt & Structured Finance team handled the $89.9 million loan for the acquisition of a 484,573-square-foot, seven-building portfolio of office properties in north San Diego County reported in The Daily Transcript on Feb. 24.
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