Tyson & Mendes LLP launched the Autonomous Vehicles Liability Litigation practice group.
BUILD: Buildings Aim for Performance-Based Ranking
When Palomar College set out to replace eight small maintenance and operations buildings scattered around campus, school officials said they wanted something that would stand out as a model of energy and water conservation and meet other measurements of sustainability.
LEGAL: Avoiding It Can Be Tricky for Law Firms
A Carlsbad spine surgery company recently sued a law firm, highlighting a thicket of conflict-of-interest issues lawyers wade through in choosing clients.
Ronald Giannotti has been appointed as COO of Toft Group Executive Search, a San Diego-based firm centered on executive searches in life sciences and health care.
FINANCE: Signature Covers Bookkeeping To Business Insights
Signature Analytics CEO Peter Heald sees the scope of the rapidly growing financial firm’s opportunity through the lens of “the second black box” of small business — operational finance.
EDUCATION: Universities To Be Nonprofits; Co. to Offer Management Services
Bridgepoint Education Inc. (NYSE: BPI) is taking a step back from its role as a higher education provider to become an Online Program Management (OPM) company, helping colleges and universities adapt to emerging technologies and other changes.
WSCUC accreditation is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and makes a school eligible for federal funding.
WORKFORCE: Sempra CEO Was Role Model and Mentor
Word this month that Debra Reed will soon retire as president and CEO of Sempra Energy is being received by local business leaders as good or not depending on how they view progress toward gender diversity in the top echelons of corporate leadership.
Ramona R. Whitley has been named chief business development and marketing officer at Allen Matkins. She will lead client relationship and marketing initiatives, for the real estate and business law firm.
The world is in the midst of a fundamental change in how people work and the words they use to describe it. When San Diego residents discuss full-time, permanent employment, it remains straightforward, “I work full-time at [insert employer].” However, how do they relate non-permanent employment?
Schools Offer Variety of Programs to Help Fill Need for Talent in an Important, Growing Sector
San Diego County universities have launched cybersecurity degree programs to meet the growing demand for experts who can prevent online attacks and information theft.
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The 2017 tax reform legislation, commonly referred to as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, has a significant impact on individual taxpayers as well as businesses.
Carolina Bravo-Karimi and Emily Fox were elected partners at Wilson Turner Kosmo LLP, effective January 1. Bravo-Karimi and Fox, both 2008 graduates of the University of San Diego School of Law, began their new roles at the largest women-owned law firm in both San Diego and California.