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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Tax Collection and the Innocent Spouse

By Isabel on March 30, 2015//Leave a comment

Join us for a one-hour MCLE to learn how to avoid problems with the IRS when there is an innocent spouse involved. Our speaker, Alexandra Eaker Pérez, has successfully represented individuals, corporations, officers, directors, shareholders, and partners before the Internal Revenue Service, Franchise Tax Board, Employment Development Department, and the State Board of Equalization. For…

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Chris Ryall is Newest Guest for Law and Comics 2015

By Kelly on March 30, 2015//Leave a comment

The Law Library is proud to announce Chris Ryall as its newest guest for Law & Comics 2015. This is Chris’ second appearance at Law & Comics.   Chris Ryall is a writer and Chief Creative Officer and Editor-in-Chief of IDW Publishing, a San Diego-based comic book and graphic novel publisher. In Ryall’s eleven years…

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Closed March 31 for Cesar Chavez Day

By Kelly on March 30, 2015//Leave a comment

All locations of the law library will be closed today for Cesar Chavez Day. This official state holiday honors the life and work of  labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez. The branches will be open their regular hours on Wednesday, April 1.

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County Launches Alzheimer & Cognitive Disability Registry

By Gina on March 30, 2015//Leave a comment

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department launched an innovative new Take Me Home Program website designed to assist local law enforcement during contacts with members of the community who have disabilities such as, but not limited to Autism, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Down syndrome, deafness or any other Developmental Disabilities.   It allows family members and caretakers…

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New Restrictions on Water Use

By Kelly on March 23, 2015//Leave a comment

The California State Water Resources Control Board announced expanded emergency regulations to protect California’s existing water supplies. The Control Board said that more significant regulations will come if local water agencies do not set stricter standards.   The expanded emergency regulations include: a complete prohibition from washing sidewalks and driveways watering outdoors that causes excess…

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March Update on Library Finances

By Kelly on March 23, 2015//Leave a comment

Last month, we described how the Law Library receives the vast majority of its funding from filing fees and that this had declined by over 30% from 2009 to 2014. During the current fiscal year, the revenue from filing fees has declined even further. Through January 2015, the Law Library has received $1,528,334. This projects…

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Closed Next Tuesday for Cesar Chavez Day

By Isabel on March 23, 2015//Leave a comment

All locations of the law library will be closed on Cesar Chavez Day, Tuesday, March 31. This official state holiday honors the life and work of  labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez. The branches will be open their regular hours on Wednesday, April 1.  

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Federal Tax Controversies

By Isabel on March 23, 2015//Leave a comment

About the Program: Do you have a dispute with the IRS? Did you receive an IRS Audit? Then come to this FREE 1 hour seminar that will cover how to resolve tax disputes with the IRS. Topics include how to respond to IRS audits, IRS collection notices, IRS liens and garnishments, and much more.  …

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First Guest for Law and Comics 2015

By Kelly on March 16, 2015//Leave a comment

The Law Library is proud to announce its first guest for Law & Comics 2015: Stu Rees. This is Stu’s fifth appearance at Law & Comics. Stu is a local entertainment lawyer who represents mostly visual arts creators. Notably, Stu represents more than 100 cartoonists in their negotiations with major newspaper comic strip syndicates, and more…

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Catching Fugitives in San Diego

By Isabel on March 16, 2015//Leave a comment

Thanks to a new partnership between the San Diego County Probation Department, the U.S. Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force Team and San Diego 6 news station we may be seeing more wanted felons getting arrested. San Diego 6 is now airing a regular segment called San Diego Fugitive of the Week. Profiles of wanted felons are…

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