• 01.06.17

    Manatt Included in Orchard’s Guide to Marketplace Lending

    Orchard, a leading provider of technology and data to the online lending industry, has included Manatt in the latest version of its Lendscape graphic, which now includes law firms. Updated periodically, Orchard’s Lendscape aims to reflect the most current shape of the online lending ...

  • 01.05.17

    The Defend Trade Secrets Act: An Overview

    Corporate Disputes Magazine interviewed Manatt’s Michelle Cooke, co-chair of the firm’s intellectual property practice, and Rebecca Torrey, a partner in the firm’s employment and labor practice, for a roundtable discussion of the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA), which was signed ...

  • 01.04.17

    UMG Defeats Allegations of Misappropriation of Blues Song

    Law360 covered UMG Recordings Inc.’s victory against an alleged misappropriation of a blues musician’s song. UMG was represented by Manatt’s Robert Jacobs, co-chair of the firm’s entertainment, sports and media litigation practice and Maura Gierl, an associate in the same ...

  • 01.04.17

    Republican Plan for Subsidies Would Thin the Soup

    Modern Healthcare quoted Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, for an article about the possibility of modifying the Affordable Care Act rather than repealing and replacing it.In a repeal-and-replace scenario, one of the biggest clashes between the parties looms over the ...

  • 01.03.17

    Tuition-Free College Plan Could Boost Support for Cuomo

    Politico interviewed Manatt’s Bruce Gyory, a senior advisor with the government and regulatory practice, for an article about New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plans to introduce a proposal for tuition-free two-year college. The move will make a splash in state education policy and could ...

  • 01.03.17

    New CMS Leadership Could Terminate States’ Waivers

    Modern Healthcare quoted Manatt’s Cindy Mann, a partner with Manatt Health, for an article about the future of states’ approved and pending waivers under the Trump administration. A standard provision in each waiver’s terms and conditions allows either a state or the CMS to ...



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