• 09.06.22

    Dicta ain’t necessarily so

    In their latest column for the Daily Journal, Manatt Appellate Partner Benjamin Shatz and Associate Benjamin Strauss examined the Ninth Circuit’s four-year debate on what constitutes a holding and the resulting shift from the narrow “necessity model” to the broad ...

  • 08.31.22

    Oil and Gas and Cities – Oh, My!

    In Manatt Appellate Senior Counsel Michael Berger’s most recent column for Daily Journal, he examined a case in which Trinity East Energy claimed the City of Dallas violated the constitution by taking its property without compensation after the energy company was denied a natural gas drilling ...

  • 08.09.22

    What Vin Scully Taught Me About Life (and Law)

    Manatt Entertainment Partner Nathaniel Bach wrote a column for the Daily Journal about lessons he learned from Vin Scully’s storytelling that he brings into his career as a litigator. “I’ve thought often of the power in Scully’s silence – letting the game and the ...

  • 08.05.22

    Entrepreneurs Beware — Is Biden’s FTC Challenge Of The Meta-Within VR Deal About Competition Or ...

    In Manatt Antitrust Partner David Reichenberg’s latest Forbes column, he discussed the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) challenge to Meta’s acquisition of VR-App builder Within and evaluated the FTC’s claim that there is cross-platform competition amongst similar ...

  • 08.04.22

    Manatt Professionals Write ICLG Fintech Laws and Regulations USA 2022 Chapter

    Leader of Manatt’s Fintech practice Brian Korn, Manatt Financial Services Partner Benjamin Brickner, Manatt Financial Services Associate June Kim and Corporate and Finance Associate Bernhard Alvine wrote a chapter on the fintech regulatory landscape in the United States for International ...

  • 08.02.22

    What’s the Deal?

    In his latest column for Daily Journal, Manatt Appellate Partner Benjamin Shatz discussed a long-running family law divorce case in which the court dismissed the appeal of a vexatious litigant, acting in propria persona, on the grounds that the trial court order was not appealable. In the ...

  • 07.27.22

    Takings and Copyright Law

    In his most recent “Takings Talk” column for Daily Journal, Manatt Appellate Senior Counsel Michael Berger examined a decision by the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals addressing copyright infringement by state government entities.  In the article, Berger explained how ...

  • 07.21.22

    7 Ways Companies Can Harness Failure to Drive Success

    In his latest column for Entrepreneur, Manatt Digital and Technology Managing Director Kalon Gutierrez examined the value of failure and how it is a necessary ingredient of success.

  • 07.07.22

    Signs Inscribed on a Gate: The Impact of Van Buren v. United States on Civil Claims Under the ...

    Co-Leader of Manatt’s Privacy and Data Security practice Scott Lashway and Privacy and Data Security Special Counsel Matthew Stein co-authored an article for Western New England Law Review on how the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2021 decision in Van Buren v. United States has impacted the ...

  • 07.05.22

    Wonder Twin Powers, Activate! Form of Citation!

    In his latest “Exceptionally Appealing” column for Daily Journal, Manatt Appellate Partner Benjamin Shatz explored key areas of potential improvement to the Yellowbook, California’s major legal style guide, and how these revisions could incorporate elements from the Bluebook. ...

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