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COYOTE SPRINGS, Nev. — A dozen years ago, lobbyist-turned-developer Harvey Whittemore unveiled plans to turn a huge swath of the southern Nevada desert 50 miles north of Las Vegas into the state's largest master-planned community.
SANFORD, Fla. — If Trayvon Martin's family sues over his death, they might not target George Zimmerman but instead the homeowners association of the neighborhood where the shooting happened and Zimmerman lived.
CUMMING, Ga. — The government wants you to install solar panels at your house, and will even give you a tax break to do it. But your neighbors? Maybe not.
SAN ANTONIO — Texas and U.S. authorities are trying to seize $20 million in properties — including a San Antonio strip mall and South Padre Island condo unit — from a former Mexican government official who is accused of buying them with embezzled money.
The number of students taking out student loans, the dollar amount of student loans and the rate of default are all going up nationally, which may be putting further strain on the housing market.
For the second time in three days, a San Diego judge denied a temporary restraining order to halt demolition of the San Diego Farmers Market Building — that is to become a Walmart Neighborhood Market — in Sherman Heights .
While San Diego County’s office space market is expected to favor the tenant for the rest of this year, 2013 is projected to be neutral, and a landlord’s market is expected to return in 2014 and 2015.
San Diego took yet another incremental step April 24 in expanding its Convention Center.
After 20 years of providing high-end construction services to a diverse range of industries and organizations throughout San Diego County, Jack Burger, founder and president of Burger Construction, sees some very promising economic trends and developments on the horizon.
The words and actions of Christina Rimkus Denning have a lasting effect. She gives her legal expertise to those who are in need and also volunteers her time to help those who need a role model.
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Soaring Dimensions 2014, now and all year long on San Diego Source. The special report features articles, profiles and videos on some of San Diego's most recognized companies involved in making San Diego soar once more. Construction, architecture, engineering, tenant improvement companies, plus law firms and government, all working to create a vibrant economy and positive local impact.
Oct. 23, 2014 -- George Chamberlin speaks with attorney Thomas Frost of The Frost Firm about the lastest types of financial cases his law firm is handling, including tenant-in-common investments and affinity fraud.
From April 30 to May 4, 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 employment law, real estate and construction, and intellectual property.
This weeklong series culminates with a look at how intellectual property and patent law affects a variety of industries, from high-tech companies to even high-end fashion.
The Daily Transcript's weeklong series continues with a look at issues and trends in employment law.
In honor of Law Week, today's special report takes a closer look at legal education and how the job market is faring for recent graduates.
The Daily Transcript kicks off its weeklong series with a look at a state bill headed for debate, the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program, profiles and more.