• 07.07.22

    Signs Inscribed on a Gate: The Impact of Van Buren v. United States on Civil Claims Under the ...

    Co-Leader of Manatt’s Privacy and Data Security practice Scott Lashway and Privacy and Data Security Special Counsel Matthew Stein co-authored an article for Western New England Law Review on how the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2021 decision in Van Buren v. United States has impacted the ...

  • 07.05.22

    Wonder Twin Powers, Activate! Form of Citation!

    In his latest “Exceptionally Appealing” column for Daily Journal, Manatt Appellate Partner Benjamin Shatz explored key areas of potential improvement to the Yellowbook, California’s major legal style guide, and how these revisions could incorporate elements from the Bluebook. ...

  • 06.13.22

    Rethinking The Budget Neutrality Requirement for Medicaid 1115 Demonstrations

    Manatt Health Partners Cindy Mann and Anne Karl co-authored a Health Affairs article alongside the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State Health and Value Strategies program’s Heather Howard discussing the challenges created by current Medicaid budget neutrality policy for Section 1115 ...

  • 06.12.22

    Biden’s Federal Trade Commission Is Now At Full Strength – What That Means For Business Leaders

    In his most recent column for Forbes, Manatt Antitrust Partner David Reichenberg talked about practices businesses should adopt and avoid as the Democrat-led FTC pursues policies aligned with Biden’s antitrust agenda. In the article, Reichenberg explained that with an FTC majority, ...

  • 06.07.22

    Supraman’s Kryptonite

    In his latest column for Daily Journal, Manatt Appellate Partner Benjamin Shatz discussed the histories of and relationship between the Bluebook and the Yellowbook, two major legal style guides, and how California litigators should decide which to use in court. “Using Bluebook style in state ...

  • 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 ...

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