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Recent lawsuit raises questions about libelous Yelping

Yelpers could be liable for defamatory statements, but what does that include?

Eater did a good job of summarizing the recent case against a Yelp user found guilty of defamation for posting fraudulently negative reviews. The case amounted to “nothing done,” as the plaintiff in the case ...

The Donald trumped in federal court here

His Trump University claims attacked by ex-students

Federal Court judge Gonzalo Curiel has issued rulings in two cases against Donald Trump and his so-called Trump University, which are real-estate seminars of varying degrees of complexity. Former students of the alleged school, who ...

Beer of the Week: Green Flash Black IPA

Mira Mesa brewery opts for dark side in reembarking on Hop Odyssey

Hoppy beers are not new territory for Green Flash Brewing Company. The Mira Mesa-based operation has been dealing in lupulin-rich ales ever since brewmaster Chuck Silva came aboard, and have never looked back. Quite the ...

State reprimands SD schools for financial missteps

SD Unified and Sweetwater prohibitively dipped into nutrition accounts

Two San Diego area school districts have received a reprimand from California state auditors for charging their federally funded cafeteria accounts interest and unallowed operations costs. Five [districts] charged more than $171,000 in interest to ...

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