• 05.10.19

    Safe Harbor Reform in the United States: The Time is Now

    Jordan Bromley, leader of the entertainment transactions and finance group, penned a piece for Billboard on copyright infringement, and the measures that online service providers must take to police copyrighted material on their sites.

  • 05.10.19

    Foreign Banks Should Remain Wary of U.S. Sanctions Laws

    Partners Andrew Zimmitti and Richard Hartunian wrote for Law360 on recent developments in major enforcement actions against foreign banks for U.S. sanctions violations.

  • 05.08.19

    California’s New Extended Producer Responsibility Program for Home-Generated Pharmaceutical and ...

    Charles White, a senior advisor in the energy, environmental compliance and regulatory group, wrote a piece for Daily Journal on California’s new extended producer responsibility requirements for pharmaceutical and sharps waste. 

  • 05.07.19

    Abbreviated Justice

    Benjamin Shatz, a partner in the firm’s appellate group, wrote a column for Daily Journal on how California courts decide appeals with written decisions and memorandum opinions.  

  • 04.29.19

    Impeachment Is Not the Only Way

    Bruce Gyory, a senior advisor in the government and regulatory group, wrote for Newsday on debate among House Democrats about whether to bring impeachment charges against President Donald Trump.  

  • 04.17.19

    Missed Opportunity to Align State and Federal Takings Law

    Michael Berger, a partner in the appellate practice, wrote for the Daily Journal on recent developments in takings law in California.

  • 04.16.19

    Work Requirements Litigation

    Michael Kolber and Deborah Bachrach, partners in Manatt Health, wrote for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State Health and Value Strategies program on a recent Medicaid work requirement ruling in Kentucky and what it could mean for other states considering similar programs.

  • 04.09.19

    Insight: Supreme Court’s Lorenzo Ruling—Questions Remain on Interpretation

    John Libby, leader of the investigations and white collar defense group, and Molly Wyler, an associate on the litigation resources team, wrote for Bloomberg Law on the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Lorenzo v. SEC and what it means for future securities fraud cases.  

  • 04.04.19

    FCA Cases: Convincing DOJ to Move to Dismiss

    Manatt’s Jacqueline Wolff, a partner in the investigations and white collar defense group, wrote for Law Journal Newsletters on treatment of cases related to the False Claims Act under Attorney General William Barr.

  • 03.27.19

    Copyright: Supreme Court Limits ‘Full Costs’ Award

    The Supreme Court held the Copyright Act, which gives federal district courts discretion to award “full costs” to a party in a copyright litigation and does not authorize awards of litigation expenses beyond the six categories of costs specified in the general costs statute.