• 06.03.22

    Can a Bee Ever Be a Fish? Ah, Definitions…

    In Manatt Appellate Senior Counsel Michael Berger’s latest column for Daily Journal, he discussed how the application of various canons of statutory construction can reach results showing that the Legislature’s intent to protect “fish” made that word a “term of ...

  • 06.02.22

    The Founder's Opportunity: What Do I Want My Company to Be When It Grows Up?

    In his latest Entrepreneur column, Manatt Digital and Technology Managing Director Kalon Gutierrez discussed the importance of building a roadmap for startup companies that is aligned with founders’ future personal and professional objectives. Gutierrez noted that, just as parents conjure up ...

  • 06.01.22

    Climate Change Risk and Disclosure: A New Focus for SEC Enforcement

    Manatt Investigations, Compliance and White Collar Defense Partner Jacqueline Wolff authored an article for Law Journal Newsletters’ Business Crimes Bulletin about the SEC’s renewed focus on ESG (environmental, social and governance) funds and how companies should engage in an ...

  • 06.01.22

    When Healthcare and Consumer Data Rules Collide: Compliance With The Latest Generation of Data ...

    Manatt Health Partners Alex Dworkowitz and Randi Seigel, and Privacy and Data Security Partner Brandon Reilly co-authored an article for COSMOS on the new health care consumer data regulations health care providers and plans must comply with as states continue to pass their own consumer privacy and ...

  • 05.31.22

    COVID Shutdowns and the Constitution

    Manatt Appellate Senior Counsel Michael Berger discussed a case in his latest “Takings Talk” column for Daily Journal in which a group of restaurants and gyms in California claimed that state orders closing their businesses due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic violated the ...

  • 05.25.22

    New Jersey’s Bottom-Up Data Partnership for Population Health

    Manatt Health Senior Advisor Natassia Rozario co-authored a blog post for the Milbank Memorial Fund about New Jersey’s Integrated Population Health Data (iPHD) Project, a state-initiated university partnership that aims to improve population health and the cost-effectiveness of state health ...

  • 05.16.22

    Provider Obligations For Patient Portals Under The 21st Century Cures Act

    Manatt Health Partner Alex Dworkowitz wrote an article for Health Affairs on the difficulties health care providers are facing regarding the electronic health information they can and must make available through online patient portals. In the article, Dworkowitz explained that hospitals and ...

  • 05.06.22

    Illinois Remote Notary Law May Guide Other States

    Manatt Financial Services Partners Brett Natarelli and Bryan Schneider, and Manatt Financial Services Associate Madelaine Newcomb wrote an article for Law360 on Illinois’ new electronic and remote notary law, which facilitates notaries in taking acknowledgments and jurats electronically, ...

  • 05.06.22

    Major Issues for Compliant Health Care Billing Practices Under the No Surprises Act

    Manatt Health Partner Michael Kolber authored an article for American Health Law Association on the implementation challenges surrounding certain provisions of the No Surprises Act (NSA) that impact the financial relationships among health plans, providers, and patients. In the article, Kolber ...

  • 05.03.22

    Happy 50th Anniversary, CAAL

    For the 50th anniversary of the California Academy of Appellate Lawyers (CAAL), Manatt Appellate Partner Benjamin Shatz discussed the reasons for the Academy’s creation and the context of its genesis in his latest “Exceptionally Appealing” column for Daily Journal.  In ...

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