May 26, 2022
Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  'law'
Latest

Santa Barbara County court first in region to put civil filings online; other counties plan to follow suit

By   /  Friday, April 29th, 2022  /  Latest news, Law & Goverment, middle, Regions, San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County, Subscriber content, Top Stories, Ventura County  /  Comments Off on Santa Barbara County court first in region to put civil filings online; other counties plan to follow suit

This article is only available to Business Times subscribers Subscribers: LOG IN or REGISTER for complete digital access. Not a Subscriber? SUBSCRIBE for full access to our weekly newspaper, online edition and Book of Lists. Check the STATUS of your Subscription Account.

Latest

Attorney in UCSB case will lead Nixon Peabody IP team

By   /  Tuesday, February 15th, 2022  /  Higher Education, Latest news, Law & Goverment, Technology  /  Comments Off on Attorney in UCSB case will lead Nixon Peabody IP team

Nixon Peabody, the global law firm representing UC Santa Barbara in its LED patent lawsuit against major retailers, has named Seth Levy, the lead Peabody attorney for UCSB, to lead the firm’s intellectual property practice. Levy, who has been with the law firm since 2012 and is a partner in its Los Angeles office, will Read More →

Latest

New law firm in town had a bite of Habit deal

By   /  Wednesday, December 22nd, 2021  /  Latest news, Law & Goverment, South Coast, Subscriber content, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on New law firm in town had a bite of Habit deal

This article is only available to Business Times subscribers Subscribers: LOG IN or REGISTER for complete digital access. Not a Subscriber? SUBSCRIBE for full access to our weekly newspaper, online edition and Book of Lists. Check the STATUS of your Subscription Account.

Latest

Workplace COVID rules, minimum wage hike among new state laws for 2022

By   /  Wednesday, December 22nd, 2021  /  Central Coast, East Ventura County, Latest news, Law & Goverment, right, South Coast, Subscriber content, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy, West Ventura County  /  Comments Off on Workplace COVID rules, minimum wage hike among new state laws for 2022

This article is only available to Business Times subscribers Subscribers: LOG IN or REGISTER for complete digital access. Not a Subscriber? SUBSCRIBE for full access to our weekly newspaper, online edition and Book of Lists. Check the STATUS of your Subscription Account.

Latest

State Bar shuts down Santa Barbara legal firm

By   /  Monday, December 6th, 2021  /  Latest news, Law & Goverment, left, South Coast, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on State Bar shuts down Santa Barbara legal firm

NOTE: This article was originally posted Dec. 6 and updated on Dec. 9. The updated version clarifies the reason the firm was shut down and includes quotes from an attorney for National Family Solutions and from the settlement between the firm and the State Bar of California. The State Bar of California has shut down Read More →

Latest

Guilty pleas in $2 million unemployment fraud case in Santa Barbara County

By   /  Friday, January 29th, 2021  /  Latest news, Law & Goverment  /  Comments Off on Guilty pleas in $2 million unemployment fraud case in Santa Barbara County

Three people have pleaded guilty in Santa Barbara County to multiple counts of felony unemployment benefit fraud and identity theft, in just one example of the type of fraud that has cost the state tens of billions of dollars during the pandemic. The three defendants were Gordon Alan Welterlen and Nicole Michelle Milan, of San Read More →

Latest

Ventura County sues 5 businesses for defying shutdown, could sue 10 more

By   /  Thursday, January 14th, 2021  /  Health Care & Life Science, Latest news, middle, Restaurants, Small Business, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Ventura County sues 5 businesses for defying shutdown, could sue 10 more

The county of Ventura has sued five businesses for continuing indoor operations despite local and state health orders, and it has been given permission by the Board of Supervisors to file suits against 10 more. The county is seeking a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against each business, but no monetary damages. Over the Read More →