Manatt’s Deborah Bachrach, a partner with Manatt Health, spoke with Bloomberg Law on Planned Parenthood’s decision to forgo $60 million in federal funding for family planning, relying more on Medicaid funding.
Manatt’s Scott Pearson, a partner in the firm’s financial services group, spoke with American Banker on new guidance from the California Department of Business Oversight (CDBO) on how lenders in the state should calculate the cost of small-business loans.
Manatt’s Naader Banki, an associate in the firm’s digital and technology group, spoke with USC Gould School of Law’s Alumni News as part of an Alumni Spotlight Q&A feature.
The National Law Journal’s Supreme Court Brief highlighted a Manatt pro bono team’s lead, alongside the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, in a Supreme Court cert petition that seeks review of a Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling.
Best Lawyers in America has selected five Manatt attorneys as “Lawyer of the Year” for 2020—Marcia D. Alazraki, James W. Lytle, Michael M. Berger, Charles E. Washburn, Jr., and Jeff C. Nguyen.
Sixty-four Manatt attorneys have been named to the 2020 edition of the Best Lawyers in America report, which recognizes the nation’s leading lawyers each year based on a national peer-review survey.
Manatt’s Emil Petrossian, a partner in the firm’s litigation practice, was named to the Daily Journal’s 2019 list of the top 40 lawyers under 40 in California. In its profile of Petrossian, the publication notes that he litigates difficult, high-stakes disputes. Over the past ...
Manatt’s Kenneth Julian, a partner in the firm’s investigations and white collar defense practice, spoke to Law360 on securing a home confinement sentence for his client, former MLB player Doug DeCinces, who was able to successfully avoid time in prison.
Manatt’s Kenneth Julian, a partner in the firm’s investigations and white collar defense practice, spoke with the Daily Journal about successfully assisting retired professional baseball player Doug DeCinces in avoiding jail time in an insider trading case.
Manatt’s Kenneth Julian, a partner in the firm’s investigations and white collar defense practice, spoke to Courthouse News Service on his successful effort to secure a sentence of house arrest for retired major league baseball player Doug DeCinces.