• 11.29.17

    Short-Term Health Plans Fall Short of ACA Standards

    NBC News quoted Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, in an article discussing the limitations of non-Affordable Care Act–compliant short-term health insurance plans. An Obama administration rule limited short-term health plan coverage to three months, the ...

  • 11.27.17

    NY Democrats Eye 2020 Presidential Bid

    Manatt’s Bruce Gyory, a senior advisor in the firm’s government and regulatory practice, was quoted by NY State of Politics for an article on New Yorkers who are looking toward the 2020 presidential election.   While the current president is the first New Yorker to sit in the ...

  • 11.27.17

    Why China Invests in American Film, but Not TV

    The Los Angeles Business Journal quoted Manatt’s Lindsay Conner, co-chair of the firm’s entertainment and media practice, in an article that examines why China invests in American film more heavily than in American television. Over the past year, several deals between Hollywood’s ...

  • 11.22.17

    Sterling Bancorp Completes $180M IPO

    Manatt represented Sandler O’Neill & Partners LP, an investment banking firm, as underwriter’s counsel in the IPO of Sterling Bancorp. The team was led by Craig Miller, co-chair of the firm’s financial services transactions practice, and was covered by ABL Advisor and ...

  • 11.22.17

    Questions of CFPB Constitutionality Won’t End With Cordray

    Manatt’s Richard Gottlieb, co-chair of the firm’s financial services group, was quoted by American Banker in an article discussing a potential legal showdown between the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and President Donald Trump following former director Richard Cordray’s ...

  • 11.20.17

    New Report Disputes CBO’s Analysis of ACA Mandate Repeal

    Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, was quoted by Inside Health Policy for an article on a new report by S&P Global that weighs the impact of the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate repeal. According to the publication, S&P Global found that the ...

  • 11.17.17

    White House’s Sexual Harassment Policy Falls Short

    Politico interviewed Manatt’s Deborah Kelly, a partner in the firm’s employment and labor practice, for an article on the White House’s sexual harassment policy. The publication explained that a 2002 law shields the Executive Office of the President from sexual harassment filing ...

  • 11.17.17

    Quaker Oats’ Deceptive Label Suit Could Provide Roadmap

    Manatt’s Jesse Brody, a partner in the firm’s advertising, marketing and media practice, was quoted by The Cook County Record on a federal judge’s ruling in a class action lawsuit alleging Quaker Oats’ food ingredient labeling practices were misleading and deceptive. The ...

  • 11.16.17

    Crisis Management, Risk Assessment Rely on Preparedness

    Manatt’s Deborah Kelly, a partner in the firm’s employment and labor practice, was quoted in a Forbes article about the state of crisis contingency planning and risk assessment in today’s climate. Noting the overwhelming number of natural and man-made tragedies over the past ...

  • 11.16.17

    CHIP’s 47-Day Funding Gap Is Longest in U.S. History

    Manatt’s Jocelyn Guyer, a managing director with Manatt Health, spoke with American Health Line about the current funding gap for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Funding for CHIP expired in late September, and the publication explained that lawmakers are not close to ...



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