• 10.12.17

    Weinstein Makes Changes to Legal Team

    Manatt’s Robert Jacobs, co-chair of the firm’s entertainment, sports and media litigation practice, was interviewed by the Daily Journal on recent changes to Harvey Weinstein’s legal team. The publication noted that Weinstein has made drastic changes to his team since allegations ...

  • 10.12.17

    Ario Discusses New Executive Order With The Atlantic

    The Atlantic quoted Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, on an executive order that could make major changes to the Affordable Care Act. The order expands the use of association health plans and short-term health insurance, which have fewer benefit requirements than the ...

  • 10.12.17

    Executive Order Weakens ACA Rules

    Modern Healthcare spoke with Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, about a recent executive order that eases Affordable Care Act rules. The order gives businesses and individuals access to cheaper health plans with fewer benefits and consumer protections.   In the ...

  • 10.10.17

    What Does Oklahoma’s Failed 1332 Waiver Mean for Oregon?

    Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, spoke with Health Plan Week on how Oklahoma’s failed 1332 waiver could impact similar efforts in other states. While Oklahoma anticipated a timely go-ahead for its state reinsurance program—which would have cut individual ...

  • 10.10.17

    New York Times Quotes Ario on Iowa’s Waiver Proposal

    In an article discussing the approval status of Iowa’s health policy proposal, TheNew York Times turned to Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, for comment.   According to the publication, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ approval of ...

  • 10.10.17

    How Oregon’s Waiver Outcome Could Provide Insight

    Fierce Healthcare turned to Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, for commentary on current developments in the federal approval process for state reinsurance waivers.   Oklahoma officials withdrew the state’s Section 1332 waiver following the Trump ...

  • 10.09.17

    Williams, Gaye Both Frustrated With Judge in IP Case

    Manatt’s Robert Jacobs, co-chair of the firm’s entertainment, sports and media litigation practice, spoke with the Daily Journal about an ongoing intellectual property case between Pharrell Williams and the family of Marvin Gaye. The case is currently being heard before the U.S. Court ...

  • 10.05.17

    State Officials Scramble to Save MinnesotaCare

    The Star Tribune spoke with Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, on how state officials are working to save MinnesotaCare. The health insurance program covers 91,000 people who are often described as the “working poor.”   Federal health regulators ...

  • 10.03.17

    Providers and Payers Sharing Data: Is It Feasible?

    Manatt’s William Bernstein, chair of Manatt Health, and partner Robert Belfort were quoted by Health Data Management on how providers and payers are sharing data to manage value-based care.   The publication explains that although healthcare providers and payers have had a contentious ...

  • 10.02.17

    New DOJ Guidance and Other Forces Lead to Compliance 2.0

    Manatt’s Richard Hartunian, a partner in the firm’s corporate investigations and white collar defense practice, spoke with Report on Medicare Compliance for an article on how new guidance has moved compliance into operations.   The publication notes that a corner has been turned ...