Manatt has received 12 national practice area rankings in the 2019 edition of The Legal 500 United States, published on May 29.
Three Manatt Entertainment attorneys contributed chapters for this year’s International Association of Entertainment Lawyers book on recent developments in the music industry.
Manatt’s Jordan Bromley, leader of the entertainment transactions and finance group, spoke to the Daily Journal about a recent decision by the California Supreme Court to decline to address federal appellate court questions on public performance rights for pre-1972 song rights holders.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, a multidisciplinary, integrated national professional services firm, announced today that preeminent consumer financial services lawyer Scott M. Pearson has joined as a partner in its Los Angeles office.
Nine Manatt practices and 24 lawyers were named to Chambers USA’s 2019 list of leading lawyers for business in the United States. Manatt Health leader William Bernstein received a Band 1 ranking for Healthcare—New York for the ninth consecutive year, and Manatt Entertainment ...
Variety named four Manatt Entertainment partners to its 2019 Legal Impact Report, an annual list that highlights the top attorneys in the entertainment business and the major deals they have made over the past year.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, a multidisciplinary, integrated national professional services firm, announced today that Suzanne Rich Folsom has joined as a partner in its government and regulatory group.
Manatt senior partner L. Lee Phillips, entertainment leader Lindsay Conner and partner John Gatti were named 2019 “Power Lawyers” by The Hollywood Reporter. This annual list, now in its 13th year, honors the top 100 lawyers in Hollywood who are behind the most prominent, high-profile ...
Manatt’s Monika Tashman, a partner in the firm's entertainment group, spoke to The National Law Review about her career in the music and legal industries, and the advice she would give to young attorneys hoping to follow her career path.
Manatt’s Robert Jacobs, leader of the firm’s entertainment litigation group, spoke to the Daily Journal about the recently passed European Union’s copyright directive and its potential implications for content creators.