• 10.26.17

    Why the CFPB’s Arbitration Rule Failed

    Manatt’s Richard Gottlieb, co-chair of the firm’s financial services group, spoke to American Banker about the recent congressional defeat of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) arbitration rule. The publication noted that the CFPB could have avoided repeal if the ...

  • 10.26.17

    Does Trump’s Opioid Crisis Decision Go Far Enough?

    Fortune included insights from Manatt’s Jonah Frohlich, a managing director with Manatt Health, in an article on the president’s declaring the opioid crisis a public health emergency.

  • 10.23.17

    New ACA Legislative Requests Could Signal Doubt

    In a Law360 article, Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, commented on the administration’s new requests for legislative changes to the Affordable Care Act.   The requests outline the White House’s preferences for bipartisan legislation, which is ...

  • 10.20.17

    Insurer Subsidy Cuts Could Lead to Low Open Enrollment

    Current Hollywood quoted Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, in an article that discusses how states are asking the courts to require President Trump to pay Affordable Care Act subsidies to insurers. Washington State’s insurance regulator, for example, said it ...

  • 10.20.17

    What Kaepernick’s NFL Grievance Needs in Order to Succeed

    Manatt’s Robert Jacobs, co-chair of the firm’s entertainment, sports and media litigation practice, was interviewed by the Daily Journal on the legal strategy surrounding Colin Kaepernick’s NFL grievance. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback—now known for creating the ...

  • 10.19.17

    Perfect World Secures Additional Funding for Universal Slate

    Beijing-based Perfect World Pictures, advised by Manatt, closed a credit facility with East West Bank and JPMorgan to capitalize the second phase of its ongoing five-year slate finance agreement with Universal Pictures. The credit facility deal received press coverage from The Hollywood ...

  • 10.17.17

    Variety Recognizes Bromley as One of ‘Hollywood’s New Leaders’

    Manatt’s Jordan Bromley, a partner in the firm’s music practice, was named to Variety’s annual list of “Hollywood’s New Leaders” for 2017. Each year, the publication profiles the most prominent up-and-comers in the entertainment business who are under the age of ...

  • 10.17.17

    Will Association Health Plans Lead to Cherry-Picking?

    Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, spoke to CBS News about a recent executive order that aims to broaden the scope of so-called association plans.   Association health plans, according to the publication, are formed when a group of similar small businesses ...

  • 10.16.17

    Is Cord-Cutting Killing Traditional TV?

    Manatt’s Ned Sherman, counsel and director of Manatt Digital, was quoted by Home Theater Review on the impact of cord-cutting. While the number of people who “cut the cord” from cable and other traditional forms of television continues to grow, the publication explains that the ...

  • 10.16.17

    Short-Term Health Plans Have a History of Disputes

    Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, was quoted by Bloomberg in an article that discussed the history of short-term medical plans similar to those promoted in a recent executive order. According to the publication, these plans have a long history of customer disputes ...



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