From May 3 to May 7, The Daily Transcript honors Law Week with a weeklong series honoring the business of law. Coverage includes attorney profiles, Q&As with San Diego legal experts, and stories on important issues like patent reform, bankruptcy, employment law and corporate litigation.
This weeklong series honoring the business of law in San Diego concludes with with a look at intellectual property and patent law.
This Law Week special report features real estate and construction law.
Our special series continues with a look at employment law and legal education.
Probate law, alternative fees and diversity are some of the topics covered in today's special report honoring the business of law.
This weeklong series focusing on the business of law in San Diego kicks off with a look at corporate law, e-discovery, social media, a Q&A with local attorneys and more.
For San Diego’s biotech startups, intellectual property lawyers like Leonard Svensson, a partner with Birch, Stewart, Kolasch, Birch (BSKB), can be as essential as investors. In fact, strong patents help secure funding.
Raised in Oceanside and an attendee of the University of San Diego High School, Michael Whitton has seen the San Diego law community change significantly since he initially came back to the city after finishing law school.
From an early age, Chris Hoffman knew he wanted to practice law -- and employment law, specifically.
An opportunity to introduce Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor at a Yale Law School alumni event last fall was a career highlight for San Diego litigator Cynthia Cwik.
James Lance likes to compare his stints as a college athlete to his successful legal career.