• 09.27.23

    Airport Noise is Back in the News

    In his most recent column for Daily Journal, Michael Berger discussed the statute of limitations for claiming injury resulting from airport operations that impact neighboring property owners, and how changed circumstances such as increased noise level can restart this statute.

  • 09.14.23

    AI Adoption in U.S. Health Care Won’t Be Easy

    Robert Rebitzer co-authored an article for Harvard Business Review on how health care innovators can most effectively leverage artificial intelligence (AI), reduce switchover disruptions, and reap the benefits of this transformative new technology. 

  • 09.05.23

    Apostrophic Apotheosis: Whose fees are they, anyway?

    Benjamin Shatz and Benjamin Strauss wrote a column for Daily Journal about a judge’s footnote questioning the proper placement of an apostrophe and whether the phrase should be: “attorney fees,” “attorneys fees,” “attorney’s fees” or ...

  • 09.01.23

    Assessing Geographic Variation in Rates of Cervical Cancer and Recurrent or Metastatic Cervical ...

    Anthony Fiori and Nathan Pauly co-authored an article for the American Journal of Clinical Oncology in which they evaluated trends in the prevalence of cervical cancer (CC) and rates of recurrent or metastatic cervical cancer (r/mCC) treatment initiation among Medicaid enrollees. 

  • 08.30.23

    When a taking is legislative or administrative, does it matter?

    Michael Berger wrote an article for Daily Journal on a recent issue that arose in the Court of Appeals surrounding the difference between legislatively and administratively imposed takings by a government agency.

  • 08.22.23

    Medicaid Is Emerging as a Big Player in Housing, But Success Depends on New Partnerships

    Dori Glanz Reyneri wrote an article for Health Affairs about opportunities to leverage Medicaid funding to address housing needs.

  • 08.21.23

    What the Hospital-At-Home Movement Tells Us About Igniting Innovation in Health Care

    Robert Rebitzer co-authored an article for STAT exploring the recent widespread adoption of hospital-at-home programs and how it demonstrates that innovations in health care can be more efficiently introduced and accepted given the appropriate circumstances and incentives. 

  • 08.04.23

    5 Ways Startups Can Create the Office of the Future

    Kalon Gutierrez discussed how start-ups can create innovative, forward-thinking office spaces and protocols to build more collaborative work environments and stimulate productivity.  

  • 08.01.23

    Gombos Gambit Saves Defective Appeals

    In his latest Daily Journalcolumn, Manatt Appellate Partner Benjamin Shatz explored ways that a Court of Appeal may address an appeal taken from a non-appealable order. 

  • 07.26.23

    Who Benefits From Delay?

    In Manatt Appellate Senior Counsel Michael Berger’s latest column for Daily Journal, he explored the growing number of land use cases involving excessive delay and how the U.S. Supreme Court is working to eliminate various types of delays in takings litigation. In the article, Berger ...



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