For the past several years, we have been predicting an increase in partnerships between banks and fintech companies. We anticipate this trend will continue, and we expect to see joint ventures and acquisitions accelerate in the second half of 2018.Check out our infographic below to find out more ...
As telehealth services become increasingly popular, healthcare providers and health insurers need to keep a careful eye on the unique compliance issues raised by the delivery of these services.
The old adage “good things come to those who wait” showed itself to be true when on March 16, the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit released its hotly anticipated decision in ACA Int’l v. FCC, just shy of 17 months after oral argument.
Earlier this year, the New York attorney general’s office brought two separate criminal actions against local firms and associated individuals for antitrust violations ...
In a slow but steady trickle of filings over the past 12 months, starting with Ohio, 23 state attorneys general have brought lawsuits against opioid manufacturers.
Manatt’s John Gatti, Naader Banki and Katrina Dela Cruz penned an article on the legal ramifications of AR and VR for AR/VR Magazine.
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said that Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team have concluded that they can’t indict a sitting president, simply because Justice Department guidelines prohibit such an action.
With over 2,000 judges, California probably has the largest court system in the world. Such a massive system—directly employing about 19,000 people in over 500 buildings—is an expensive operation.
If you ever wanted to know what it’s like to be the target of a government agency that covets your home, go see a new movie called 'Little Pink House.'
As employers are not required to “police” whether or not workers take meal breaks, a California appellate panel dismissed a putative class action suit seeking payment for missed breaks under state law.