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April 10, 2009
Anderson law firm now in city Anderson Law Group Inc. recently opened in Laguna Beach. Nicole Anderson, principal of the firm, practices estate planning and business law. She moved her office close to her Laguna Beach home and is delighted to spend more time in the local Laguna Beach community. Anderson received her Bachelor of Arts in international political economy from the Colorado College and attended the London School of Economics in pursuit of her degree. She is currently pursuing her masters in law in taxation from Chapman University School of Law. She received her J.D. from Wayne State University Law School in Michigan.
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September 4, 2013
Debra Healy Deem Debra Healy Deem, 58 of Laguna Beach passed away on August 28th after succumbing to injuries received in a tragic bike accident on August 27th 2013. Debra was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and grew up in Southern California. She received her BA, Magna Cum Laude at California State Polytechnic of Pomona and JD from Loyola Law School. She practiced Business Law at Buchalter Nemer LLP. Debra was selected a Southern California Super Lawyer in 2004 and 2007. She had a strong commitment to Pro Bono work and community support, and was a member of the Public Law Center Board of Directors.
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By Joanna Clay | September 20, 2012
Laguna Beach residents will make the choice Nov. 6 whether to keep familiar faces on the five-member Laguna Beach Unified school board or vote in favor of two newcomers. * The incumbents William Landsiedel and Jan Vickers are both hoping to keep their seats. Landsiedel has been with the board for four years and served a six-month term in 2006. "Everything is going great. I haven't heard a compelling need to change," Landsiedel, 62, said. "When you look at this record, from my perspective, it doesn't make any sense to change.
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By Barbara Diamond | September 8, 2006
Medical marijuana users, supporters and one self-described dispenser persuaded the City Council on Tuesday to delay an ordinance amending the city code, which they said threatens patients' access to the drug even if legally prescribed. The proposed ordinance, which was pulled off the agenda, specifies that operating licenses cannot be issued to any business that is illegal or unlawful under local, state or federal laws. The resolution authorizing the ordinance amendment, which did not refer in any way to medical marijuana dispensaries, would have gone into effect in 30 days if approved.
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March 24, 2011
Resident inducted into trial lawyers fellowship Laguna resident Robert "Hoot" J. Gibson, a partner in Snell & Wilmer's Orange County office, has become a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, according to a news release. Gibson was inducted as a fellow before an audience of 700 attendees at the college's 2011 spring meeting in San Antonio. Fellowship is extended by invitation only to trial lawyers who have a minimum of 15 years of trial experience, have mastered the art of advocacy and whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, professionalism, civility and collegiality, according to the release.
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By Bryce Alderton | October 16, 2013
Laguna Beach resident Christine Casey didn't know a 2004 hiking trip to Nepal would change her life forever. Casey, now 70, was a successful banking executive without much experience in international charity, but the children tugged at her heartstrings. Some had no clothes. Others had hair loaded with lice. "In Kathmandu [Nepal's capital], people were stepping over naked children," she said. "I'm Roman Catholic, and the Holy Spirit grabbed me by the back of the head. " Casey recruited friends from church to help establish the nonprofit Chhahari, which means shelter, in August 2007.
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September 4, 2013
Debra Healy Deem Debra Healy Deem, 58 of Laguna Beach passed away on August 28th after succumbing to injuries received in a tragic bike accident on August 27th 2013. Debra was born in St. Paul, Minnesota and grew up in Southern California. She received her BA, Magna Cum Laude at California State Polytechnic of Pomona and JD from Loyola Law School. She practiced Business Law at Buchalter Nemer LLP. Debra was selected a Southern California Super Lawyer in 2004 and 2007. She had a strong commitment to Pro Bono work and community support, and was a member of the Public Law Center Board of Directors.
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By Joanna Clay | September 20, 2012
Laguna Beach residents will make the choice Nov. 6 whether to keep familiar faces on the five-member Laguna Beach Unified school board or vote in favor of two newcomers. * The incumbents William Landsiedel and Jan Vickers are both hoping to keep their seats. Landsiedel has been with the board for four years and served a six-month term in 2006. "Everything is going great. I haven't heard a compelling need to change," Landsiedel, 62, said. "When you look at this record, from my perspective, it doesn't make any sense to change.
BUSINESS
April 10, 2009
Anderson law firm now in city Anderson Law Group Inc. recently opened in Laguna Beach. Nicole Anderson, principal of the firm, practices estate planning and business law. She moved her office close to her Laguna Beach home and is delighted to spend more time in the local Laguna Beach community. Anderson received her Bachelor of Arts in international political economy from the Colorado College and attended the London School of Economics in pursuit of her degree. She is currently pursuing her masters in law in taxation from Chapman University School of Law. She received her J.D. from Wayne State University Law School in Michigan.
NEWS
By Barbara Diamond | September 8, 2006
Medical marijuana users, supporters and one self-described dispenser persuaded the City Council on Tuesday to delay an ordinance amending the city code, which they said threatens patients' access to the drug even if legally prescribed. The proposed ordinance, which was pulled off the agenda, specifies that operating licenses cannot be issued to any business that is illegal or unlawful under local, state or federal laws. The resolution authorizing the ordinance amendment, which did not refer in any way to medical marijuana dispensaries, would have gone into effect in 30 days if approved.
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