• 01.31.18

    Mueller Investigation Comes Down to Identifying Patterns

    Manatt’s Jack Quinn, a partner in the firm’s government and regulatory practice, was interviewed live on CNN Tonight, where he shared insights on the status of Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump administration.Quinn explained that the administration’s individual ...

  • 01.30.18

    How China’s New Import Policy Could Impact CA Waste Management

    Recycling World quoted Manatt’s Chuck White, a senior advisor in the firm’s environment practice, in an article on how China’s new import policies are affecting California recycling.The publication noted that China recently closed its doors to imports involving mixed paper and old ...

  • 01.29.18

    New Healthcare Tactics Could Increase Medicaid Enrollment

    Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, was quoted by the Huffington Post for an article on how states are trying to combat changes to federal healthcare legislation. According to the publication, residents of Charlottesville, VA, who buy health insurance without employer ...

  • 01.24.18

    Daily Journal Selects Wilson for Top 20 Cyber/AI Lawyers List

    In its Jan. 24, 2018, edition, the Daily Journal recognized privacy and data security chair Donna Wilson as one of California’s top cyber/artificial intelligence lawyers for 2018. Wilson is one of only 20 lawyers to be named to the list. In its profile of Wilson, the Daily Journal ...

  • 01.17.18

    Brisbane City Addresses Complicated Issue – Housing – in Bay Area

    The San Francisco Business Times interviewed Manatt’s Tom McMorrow, chair of the firm’s California state government and regulatory policy and government contracts practice, for an article on the controversy surrounding a proposed housing development project on Brisbane City’s ...

  • 01.11.18

    Kentucky Could See Medicaid Work Requirements in Near Future

    Manatt’s Patricia Boozang, a senior managing director with Manatt Health, was interviewed by the WFPL for an article on Kentucky’s new Medicaid work requirement. On Jan. 4, the federal government approved Kentucky’s request to begin using a work requirement as a condition to ...

  • 01.11.18

    Indiana Expects Green Light for Medicaid Work Requirements

    Manatt’s Patricia Boozang, a senior managing director with Manatt Health, was interviewed by the Indianapolis Star for an article on the potential implementation of Medicaid work requirements for some recipients in Indiana.   Boozang explained that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ...

  • 01.10.18

    Individual Mandate Repeal Brings Health Exchanges to Crossroads

    Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, was quoted by Inside Health Policy for an article on the crossroads that healthcare exchanges may face in 2018.   Among these crossroads, the publication noted, is the upcoming disappearance of the individual mandate. While ...

  • 01.09.18

    Opioid Fraud Enforcement Top Priority for DOJ in 2018

    Manatt’s Richard Hartunian, a partner in the firm’s corporate investigations and white collar defense practice, was quoted by Health Care Compliance Association in an article on health fraud enforcement trends.

  • 01.09.18

    Second Circuit’s TCPA Decision on Flu Shot Reminder Texts

    Manatt’s Christine Reilly, chair of the firm’s TCPA compliance and class action defense practice, was interviewed by Law360 for an article on a suit surrounding a flu-shot reminder text. On Jan. 3, the Second Circuit published a decision tackling the question of whether Mount Sinai ...



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