• 07.05.23

    Out-Of-Network Emergency Services Reimbursement Needs to be More Efficient

    Manatt Health Care Litigation Partner Gregory Pimstone authored an article for Daily Journal discussing how California’s approach to reimbursement could be made more efficient when patients receive care for emergency services from out-of-network providers.   In the article, he ...

  • 06.30.23

    Why Not Better and Cheaper? Healthcare and Innovation

    James Rebitzer, Wexler Professor of Management at Boston University's Questrom School of Business, and his twin brother Robert Rebitzer, Manatt Health National Advisor, have co-authored a new book about innovation in health care, “Why Not Better and Cheaper?” The book is an engaging ...

  • 06.07.23

    As FAST Rises In Streaming, Content Sellers Will Have Better Deal Options

    Eric Bergner wrote an article for The Hollywood Reporter on the continued emergence of free ad-supported streaming television (FAST) channels as they become an increasingly popular avenue for content distribution and consumption.

  • 06.06.23

    It’s 5 P.M.! Do You Know Where Your Brief Is?

    Benjamin Shatz and Tal Edelstein co-authored an article for Daily Journal on the Third Circuit’s recently proposed Local Appellate Rule, which changes the court’s filing deadline from midnight to 5 p.m. 

  • 06.05.23

    How States Can Use Medicaid to Address Housing Costs

    Dori Reyneri authored an article for Shelterforce on how new federal policy is expanding state options to use Medicaid dollars to address housing-related needs for individuals facing homelessness and housing insecurity.   

  • 06.02.23

    After The Bank Failures: Where Regulators Are Headed Next

    Manatt Corporate and Finance Partner Gordon Bava wrote an article in Law360 on what oversight agencies, such as the Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation and the New York State Department of Financial ...

  • 05.30.23

    Takings Day at SCOTUS

    Michael Berger wrote an article for Daily Journal discussing two recent takings law decisions out of the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • 05.26.23

    Opportunities for States to Promote Financial Integration for Dual-Eligible Individuals

    Manatt Health Senior Managing Director Anthony Fiori, Senior Advisor Stephanie Anthony and Senior Manager Lori Houston-Floyd co-authored an article for Health Affairs based on a report prepared with the support of Arnold Ventures discussing how states can improve the financial integration of ...

  • 05.25.23

    After The Bank Failures: What To Watch In Congress

    Manatt Corporate and Finance Partner Gordon Bava wrote an article in Law360 on the preliminary congressional and regulatory responses and proposed remedies to the bank failures that recently rocked the finance world. In the first of a two-part series examining how regulatory and government agencies ...

  • 05.24.23

    Legislative? Administrative? Constitutional? Land-Use Law is in Disarray

    In his most recent column for Daily Journal, Manatt Appellate Senior Counsel Michael Berger discussed California’s stringent land use policies in the context of a recent Court of Appeal decision in Sheetz v. County of El Dorado, and explored how the state has continued its efforts to limit ...



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