Manatt’s Lisa Suennen, leader of the firm’s digital and technology group, and the firm’s venture capital and emerging companies practice, spoke with MedCity News about digital health companies going public.
Manatt’s Lisa Suennen, leader of the firm’s digital and technology group, spoke with BioPharma Dive about the low number of female CEOs in the biotech industry.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP announced today that Richard McDerby has joined the firm as a venture capital and emerging companies partner in the firm’s San Francisco office.
Manatt’s Lisa Suennen, leader of the firm’s digital and technology group and the firm’s venture capital / emerging companies practice, spoke with Sharon Gabrielson for her TRUST Podcast about how venture capitalists choose to invest in startups.
Manatt’s Craig Miller, leader of the financial services group, and corporate and finance associate Dieu Nguyen are representing Presidio Bank in its $200 million merger with Heritage Commerce Corp. The transaction was announced on May 16 and is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Manatt’s Scott Schwartz, a partner in the corporate and finance group, led a team representing Bertelsmann and its subsidiary OnCourse Learning in the approximately $121 million sale of OnCourse’s financial services education business to Adtalem Global Education.
As reported by PeHub and the North Bay Business Journal, Manatt represented Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group in an early stage investment in iMod Structures, a Vallejo, California, startup manufacturer of modular classrooms.
As reported by Power Technology, Manatt represented Hull Street Energy in its acquisition of hydroelectric power facilities from the energy company Eversource.
Manatt’s Brian Korn, a co-chair of the firm’s financial services group, was interviewed by Crowdfund Insider to discuss the fintech charter and the different perspectives on its benefits and disadvantages.
Manatt’s Brian Korn, co-chair of the firm’s financial services group, was interviewed by Bloomberg BNA for an article on Arizona’s decision to host the first state-level regulatory sandbox and its connection to the fintech charter.