Amy Stulick

Staff Reporter (Health Care, Law)

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

Recent Stories

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.

Palliative Cuts Hospital Visits

Study on how Providence, Facey keep patients out of the ER.

Study on how Providence, Facey keep patients out of the ER.

Joint Venture to Create Biotech Conejo Campus

Development caters to growing cluster of life science companies.

Development caters to growing cluster of life science companies.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

VCH Operates Valley College Health Center

Valley Community Healthcare and Los Angeles Valley College on Friday celebrated the grand opening of the school’s Student Health Center, located on campus near the student union and cafeteria.

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‘Seinfeld’ Actor in ‘Funding Feud’

Competition features real estate brokers answering questions.

Competition features real estate brokers answering questions.

Company Shuttering Valencia Location

AmerisourceBergen, a pharmaceutical company headquartered in Pennsylvania, is shutting down its Valencia location, laying off 93 employees.

360 Support Services Closing Panorama City Office

A provider to the health care industry named 360 Support Services Inc. will close its Panorama City location on Oct. 29, laying off 17 employees.

Anti-Gig Worker Bill Passes California Senate

The California Senate late Tuesday approved a landmark measure, Assembly Bill 5, which aims to transform many contract workers in the state to employees.

Marin Center in Thousand Oaks Sells, Set for Makeover

The Marin Corporate Center in Thousand Oaks has sold for $9.3 million and the buyer plans a big transformation, according to commercial real estate brokerage Lee & Associates-LA North/Ventura.

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Westlake Village Lender Sponsors ‘Funding Feud’ Competition

Actor John O’Hurley, best known for his role as J. Peterman on “Seinfeld” and fifth host of the “Family Feud” gameshow, is set to host “Funding Feud,” a real estate-based competition at the National Association of Mortgage Brokers’ annual convention.

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Amgen Stock Falls After Pipeline Drug Report

Shares of Amgen Inc. fell more than 3 percent in premarket trading Monday after the Thousand Oaks biotech released disappointing data about a pipeline cancer drug.

NBC4 Promotes Perelman to Assistant News Director

Marina Perelman has been named assistant news director at NBC4/KNBC.

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PS Business Parks Pays $104 Million for Santa Fe Springs Property

Glendale’s PS Business Parks Inc. has acquired Hathaway Industrial Park in Santa Fe Springs for $104 million.

Joint Venture to Create Life Science Campus in Thousand Oaks

A joint venture between Los Angeles-based HATCHspaces and Singerman Real Estate in Chicago plans to create the HATCHcampus, a collection of life science facilities.

Simulations Plus Collaboration to Research Joint Medications

Simulations Plus has partnered with an unnamed clinical-stage biotech company to develop a new delivery model using its GastroPlus software.

Disney Sells YES Network to Amazon, Sinclair Investor Group

Walt Disney Co. has sold its 80 percent stake in the YES Network to a newly formed investor group that includes Amazon.com Inc., Yankee Global Enterprises and Sinclair Broadcast Group.

Pharmacy’s Owners Guilty Of Drug Fraud

Sherman Oaks residents organized $35 million billing scheme.

Sherman Oaks residents organized $35 million billing scheme.

Profit Sharing Central Issue For State Bar

Organization’s proposals would allow non-lawyers a share of income.

Organization’s proposals would allow non-lawyers a share of income.

Lewitt Hackman Expands With GSA Addition

Goldfarb Sturman Averbach leadership incorporated into firm.

Goldfarb Sturman Averbach leadership incorporated into firm.

Investor Group Calls Itself ‘Hope for MannKind’

BIOTECH: Shareholders seek better marketing for Afrezza.

BIOTECH: Shareholders seek better marketing for Afrezza.

Firm Offers Answer For Food Allergies

Protein powder helps babies build allergan tolerance gradually.

Protein powder helps babies build allergan tolerance gradually.

For Employers, Hairstyle Joins Watch List

California first state to include grooming in discrimination rules.

California first state to include grooming in discrimination rules.

Preview: Investor Group Calls Itself 'Hope for MannKind'

Shareholders seek better marketing for Afrezza.

Carl’s Jr., AT&T Among Warner Bros. Partners to Promote ‘It’

Carl’s Jr., AT&T, Pop Secret and National Cinemedia are just some of the promotional partners Warner Bros. has collected for its New Line Cinema subsidiary’s “It Chapter Two.”

Sherman Oaks Apartment Complex Sells for $9 Million

Real estate brokerage Marcus & Millichap has sold Mar Elias, a 24-unit multifamily property in Sherman Oaks, for $9 million, the company announced on Tuesday.

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Judge Sides with Sanofi in Amgen Patent Dispute

A U.S. District Judge on Wednesday ruled against Amgen Inc. in a patent dispute between the Thousand Oaks biotech company and rival Sanofi, based in Paris.

HemaCare Partners to Penetrate Chinese Market

HemaCare Corp., a provider of human blood and immune cells for medical therapies and research, has partnered with Vital River to distribute its product in the Chinese market.

Amgen to Pay $13.4 Billion for Psorasis Drug Otezla

Amgen Inc. on Monday announced it will acquire Otezla, a Celgene Corp. psoriasis drug, for $13.4 billion in cash.

Tarzana Atrium Names Neuro Clinic as Latest Tenant

The Centre for Neuro Skills, currently based in Encino, is the newest tenant at Tarzana Medical Atrium.

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Valley Cannabis Advisory Group Presents Industry Trend Report

Sherman Oaks-based Primary Growth Partners, an advisory group focused on the cannabis industry, presented its California Trend Report.

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Valley Pharmacy Owners Found Guilty of Health Care Fraud

Two Valley residents who ran a pharmacy were convicted Tuesday for running a $35 million fraud that billed Medicare for medicines that were never delivered.

Casamba Launches HomeTherapy Portal

Casamba, an electronic medical record provider based in Agoura Hills, has launched its HomeTherapy portal to help connect home health agencies to the wider health care network, according to a statement from the company on Tuesday.

Lewitt Hackman Expands with GSA Addition

Lewitt Hackman will be adding four attorneys to its roster from fellow Encino law firm, Goldfarb Sturman & Averbach, on Sept. 1, following GSA's closing at the end of this month.

Car Dealers Warn Tariffs Could Stifle Demand

LIST: Auto industry group predicts car payments would increase.

Payment increase projected ahead of proposed tariffs.

Thermo Fisher Consolidates in West Hills

Transplant diagnostics center to integrate R&D and manufacturing.

Transplant diagnostics center to integrate R&D and manufacturing.

Kaiser Workers Approve Strike For October

Union vote could affect 3,600 workers in the Valley.

Union vote could affect 3,600 workers in the Valley.

Sienna Looks For ‘Strategic Alternatives’

Westlake Village biotech faces capital shortage for research.

Westlake Village biotech faces capital shortage for research.

MannKind Deal May Benefit Afrezza Users

One Drop technology improves glucose predictability.

One Drop technology improves glucose predictability.

A Dream Solution For Loud Snorers

New NightLase treatment at Encino clinic tightens tissue in throat.

New NightLase treatment at Encino clinic tightens tissue in throat.

Comeback for Toys R Us Name

RETAIL: New format bodes well for industry.

RETAIL: New format bodes well for industry.

Local Companies Support Kid Ink Back-to-School Concert

Burbank’s Gain Federal Credit Union and Robert Hall & Sons Heating and Air Conditioning in Glendale will donate school supplies for a back-to-school benefit concert Saturday.

Shopping Center Broker Returns to Marcus & Millichap

Brad Nathanson has been named senior managing director at Calabasas-based Institutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap Inc.

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