• 07.17.17

    Gov. Brown Calls Cap and Trade ‘Most Important Vote’

    Manatt’s Craig Moyer, co-chair of the firm’s energy practice, was quoted in an E&E News article that discussed California’s July 17 vote on a successor program for the state’s cap-and-trade system for greenhouse gases. Governor Jerry Brown called it “the ...

  • 07.17.17

    Three Leading Lawyers Take the Helm of Financial Services Group

    Richard Gottlieb, Brian Korn and Donna Wilson bring litigation, transactional and regulatory skills to leadership of national, multi-disciplinary practice. Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, today announced new co-chairs of the firm’s industry-leading financial services group, with ...

  • 07.17.17

    L.A. Judge Compels Arbitration for Class Suing Toyota

    The Daily Journal covered Manatt’s successful representation of Toyota Motor Corporation’s financial arm in a case challenging its lending calculations. Judge Ann I. Jones of the Los Angeles County Superior Court has ruled that class members seeking relief over alleged illegal lease ...

  • 07.16.17

    ACA Repeal Could Leave Millions of Sick Americans Without Coverage

    Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, was interviewed by the Los Angeles Times on how new proposals could leave Americans with pre-existing conditions without coverage.   The Los Angeles Times reports that the Affordable Care Act equalized the way health ...

  • 07.16.17

    Will Phase-Outs Help States Keep Medicaid Expansions?

    The Hill quoted Manatt’s Cindy Mann, a partner with Manatt Health, on Medicaid expansions. According to the publication, some states may end their Medicaid expansions earlier than 2024 if the Senate GOP’s healthcare bill becomes the law, because maintaining expanded eligibility ...

  • 07.11.17

    Ario Discusses Decline in Insurer Applications Under ACA

    MedPage Today interviewed Joel Ario, managing director with Manatt Health, to discuss the declining rate of insurers filing initial applications under the Affordable Care Act. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services reported that 141 qualified health plan insurers filed ...

  • 07.11.17

    How the GOP Healthcare Bill Could Impact New Jersey

    The Philadelphia Daily News quoted April Grady, a director with Manatt Health, on how the Republican healthcare proposals could affect New Jersey residents. The proposal, the publication reported, could cause one million New Jersey residents to lose their insurance. They also report that ...

  • 07.11.17

    Esquire Financial Holdings Completes Initial Public Offering

    The Daily Journal covered Manatt’s representation of Sandler O’Neill & Partners LP, the sole underwriter for Esquire Financial Holdings Inc.’s initial public offering. The Manatt team was led by Craig Miller, a partner in the firm’s financial services transactions ...

  • 07.11.17

    Former U.S. Attorney Richard Hartunian Joins Manatt in New York

    Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, today announced that Richard S. Hartunian, former United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York, will join the firm’s Manhattan and Albany offices as a partner in the corporate investigations and white collar defense practice in August ...

  • 07.10.17

    Ario Predicts Likelihood of Affordable Care Act Repeal in Senate

    Law360 included Joel Ario, managing director with Manatt Health, in an article interviewing 11 thought leaders in the healthcare space on whether or not the Affordable Care Act repeal bill will pass. Ario stated that the Senate bill would not pass due to key Senate moderates appearing ...