• 05.23.17

    White Collar Defense Roundtable Hosted by the Daily Journal

    The Trump administration has completed its first 100 days. As the president’s agenda and appointments take shape, panelists in the Daily Journal ’s White Collar Defense Roundtable explored how white-collar regulatory and enforcement priorities might change, and where they are ...

  • 05.17.17

    Manatt Attorneys Author Chapters for Leading Consumer Financial Services Law Desk Reference

    Twelve Manatt attorneys contributed to the sixth edition of the leading desk reference in consumer financial services law, Practising Law Institute’s Consumer Financial Services Answer Book. Publishing in June 2017, Manatt lawyers contributed to nearly half of the twenty-seven chapters, the ...

  • 05.17.17

    Hong Kong Company Acquires Stan Lee’s Pow Entertainment

    The Los Angeles Business Journal quoted Manatt’s Lindsay Conner, co-chair of the firm’s entertainment and media practice, in an article about Stan Lee’s sale of Pow Entertainment to Camsing International Holding Ltd. Camsing, located in Hong Kong, purchased Pow’s library ...

  • 05.16.17

    China-Hollywood Relationship to Continue Despite Concerns

    The Recorder quoted Manatt’s Lindsay Conner, co-chair of the firm’s entertainment and media practice, in an article about the uncertainty surrounding Hollywood’s relationship with Chinese investors. “China is significantly different than those other groups that came ...

  • 05.15.17

    Waymo Granted Power to Scrutinize Uber Self-Driving Car Project

    The Washington Post quoted Manatt’s Chris Broderick, a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice, in an article about the latest in Uber’s legal battle with Waymo, Google’s self-driving car project. A judge in the case did not suspend Uber's ...

  • 05.15.17

    Uber Trade Secrets Case Headed to U.S. Attorney’s Office

    The Daily Journal interviewed Manatt’s Chris Broderick, a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice, about ongoing litigation against Uber Technologies Inc. regarding driverless car trade secrets. The case has been referred to the U.S. attorney's office for possible ...

  • 05.13.17

    Uber Faces Threat of Possible Federal Criminal Probe

    The Wall Street Journal interviewed Manatt’s Chris Broderick, a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice, for an article about Uber Technologies Inc. facing a threat of a federal criminal probe into its development of driverless cars. Broderick explained that the ...

  • 05.12.17

    The Fourth Annual Crowdfunding USA Conference & Workshop

    The Fourth Annual Crowdfunding USA Conference & Workshop brought together industry experts to discuss new developments in risk mitigation and internet finance. Manatt sponsored the event, which took place May 4–5, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Brian Korn, chair of Manatt’s digital ...

  • 05.12.17

    Uber Faces Investigation Over Possible Theft of Trade Secrets

    USA Today quoted Manatt’s Chris Broderick, a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice, in an article about an investigation into the possible theft of trade secrets by an Uber executive. Should the case become a criminal one, the penalties are possible jail time for ...

  • 05.12.17

    Former Judge Transitions to JAMS Neutral to Resolve Cases

    The Daily Journal quoted Manatt’s Phillip Kaplan, a partner in the firm’s financial services litigation and enforcement practice, in an article about JAMS neutral Robert Hight. Kaplan noted that Hight is a good combination of personable and persistent—traits that came ...