Lunch & Learn
Friday, November 15, 2013, 11:45am
“To Zoom or Not to Zoom – The Perils & Pitfalls of Using Online Legal Forms”
The availability of online legal forms and the pros and cons of using those forms and those websites...
Mudturtle Media Productions will present a talk on “”5 Common Mistakes and 5 Easy Solutions of Website Video Production” at at the next Lunch & Learn seminar for members of the SCV Chamber of Commerce.
The event will be held Friday, Jan. 20, at 11:45 a.m. at the SCV Chamber of Commerce...
The United States is transitioning away from energy monopolies. Deregulation of the electricity and gas industry has been mandated by Congress to be completed by 2015. It’s already here in California. Residences and businesses will now have a choice for their energy needs.
Americans are living longer than ever and now face the important decision of whether to purchase long-term care.
The need for long-term care is one of the biggest financial threats you could face. When you or a loved one needs long-term care, it impacts the entire family – financially,...
There are common pitfalls employers regularly fall into. These include issues such as classifying an individual as an independent contractor rather than as an employee, or believing that as long as an employee is paid a salary they are exempt from overtime.
Local attorney Carl Kanowsky is ready...
Stu Blair of Principal Financial Group will be the featured presenter at the September edition of the Lunch & Learn Series hosted by the SCV Chamber of Commerce.
Blair will discuss “Big Challenges for Small Businesses” with strategies for business succession planning; recruiting, retaining and...
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will present a special virtual program titled “ACCESSIBILITY/VISIBILITY: Breaking Down the Barriers for People with Disabilities in Media,” going live October 26 at 5 p.m.
Air quality is unhealthy for sensitive groups and individuals in the Santa Clarita Valley and the East San Gabriel Valley Wednesday, October 21, according to the South Coast Air Quality Management District.
Nearly 300,000 more Americans have died so far in 2020 than in a typical year, with the excess deaths including the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 plus deaths indirectly tied to the pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Protection said Tuesday.
The California attorney general has asked a judge to enforce subpoenas served on the California Republican Party, to order the removal of unofficial ballot drop boxes placed across the state and to turn over the names of voters who used the boxes.
While the announcement did not take place in a star-studded ballroom of a Beverly Hills hotel, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has awarded California State University, Northridge a total $80,000 to support the university’s film students, with $20,000 specifically designated to help students adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
California will not allow Six Flags Magic Mountain and other large theme parks, such as Universal Studios and Disneyland, to reopen until their respective counties enter the least restrictive tier under the state’s metrics, officials announced Tuesday.
Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang released the 2020 Annual Report, reflecting growth and increases in the assessed value of all taxable real property and business personal property countywide. The report includes an updated ranking of the County’s 88 cities, including the highest valued cities and those with the highest percentage change from the prior year.
For the second year, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department personnel were given the opportunity to trade out their regular patches for pink ones for October, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Monday confirmed 1 new death and 923 new positive cases of COVID-19, as the Santa Clarita Valley counts 6,782 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 70 deaths from the virus since the World Health Organization declared the pandemic on March 11.
Festival of Trees, Santa Clarita’s premier kickoff to the holiday season and annual benefit for the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley, will continue in person and online this year from November 18-24.
SCV school districts have prepared the necessary paperwork to submit in-school waivers, which would allow lower grade levels to return to campus, but the higher grade levels will have to wait for the county to allow it.
Governor Gavin Newsom Monday named a group of nationally acclaimed California physician-scientists with expertise in immunization and public health to the state’s COVID-19 Scientific Safety Review Workgroup.