Manatt was recognized by BTI Consulting Group as one of 52 “Recommended Law Firms” in its 2019 Most Recommended Law Firms list, which recognizes firms that provide an outstanding client experience and know how to stay ahead of how client service will be defined in the future.
Manatt’s Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, a managing director with Manatt Health, spoke with Inside Health Policy on the political split over premium decreases in states with reinsurance programs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Randi Seigel, a partner in Manatt Health, spoke with Bloomberg Law on potential changes to the physician self-referral law, also known as the Stark law.
In Billboard’s 2019 Top Music Lawyers list feature, Manatt is named “the firm with the deepest roster [on the list],” with seven attorneys being recognized for their recent achievements.
Ronald Blum, a litigation partner, represented Dollar Tree and Family Dollar in a $100,000 settlement with the New York Attorney General’s office over allegations that the stores sold expired or obsolete products to customers.
Manatt’s Esra Hudson, leader of the firm’s employment and labor practice, spoke with Law360 on increasing demand for contract attorneys and the potential risks of hiring these attorneys.
Manatt’s Craig Moyer, leader of the firm’s energy and environmental practice, spoke with California Asphalt Magazine on his work with the CalAPA Environmental Committee.
Manatt’s Lisa Suennen, leader of the firm’s digital and technology group, and the firm’s venture capital and emerging companies practice, spoke with MedCity News about digital health companies going public.
Manatt represented California State University San Marcos Corporation, an arm of California State University San Marcos (CSUSM), in connection with the negotiation of a public-private partnership (P3) arrangement to develop an extended learning facility for the university.
Manatt’s Deborah Bachrach, a partner with Manatt Health, spoke with Bloomberg Law on Planned Parenthood’s decision to forgo $60 million in federal funding for family planning, relying more on Medicaid funding.