Amy Stulick

Staff Reporter (Health Care, Law)

Email: astulick@sfvbj.com
Phone: 818-316-3121 Extension: 112

Recent Stories

Valley Bar Association Elects President, Trustees

Barry Goldberg, a personal injury attorney in Woodland Hills, has been elected president of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association, according to the organization.

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Newsom Signs Anti-Gig Worker Bill

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 5 into law today, a decision designed to transform many independent contract workers in the state to employees and affecting many businesses – such as ride sharing services.

Medtronic, Novo in Partnership

Medtronic Inc. has announced plans to work with global health care company Novo Nordisk in the diabetes management space.

Sienna Files for Chapter 11 Reorganization

Sienna Biopharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company in Westlake Village, on Tuesday announced it has filed for Chapter 11 reorganization.

TaIloring the MBA

In a competitive marketplace, Valley business school programs focus their recruitment efforts on specific segments of the prospective student population.

In a competitive marketplace, Valley business school programs focus their recruitment efforts on specific segments of the prospective student population.

Snake Repellent Attracts Investors

Med-X ramps up for funding round to raise $10 million.

Med-X ramps up for funding round to raise $10 million.

State OKs Providence-Cedars Joint Venture

HEALTH CARE: Deal paves way for financing $542 million building project.

HEALTH CARE: Deal paves way for financing $542 million building project.

Makeup Moguls

BEAUTY: Morphe grew its cosmetics brand from one Burbank store to a major retail chain.

BEAUTY: Morphe grew its cosmetics brand from one Burbank store to a major retail chain.

Biosimilar Drugs Loom Large on Amgen’s Radar

Patent disputes and billion-dollar acquisition aim to limit competition.

Patent disputes and billion-dollar acquisition aim to limit competition.

Primary Doctor à la Carte in Woodland Hills

Direct care business model leaves out insurance, bureaucracy costs.

Direct care business model leaves out insurance, bureaucracy costs.

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