Manatt’s A. Paul Heeringa, counsel with Manatt Financial Services, spoke with Cooke County Record on the Supreme Court’s decision in Bristol Myers Squibb v. Superior Court of California, and a related case heading to the Seventh Circuit court in Chicago.
Manatt Launches Boston Office With Leading Privacy and Data Security Partner“Boston is home to some of the best-known and longest-established companies that are constantly evolving to meet new challenges. Scott is a natural fit because his practice aligns perfectly with our integrated ...
Jason Taketa, a partner in the corporate and finance group, and Brian Korn, leader of the financial services mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and finance group, represented TradeRiver USA, Inc., in the successful closing of a $40 million financing transaction with Kalamata Partners.
Manatt’s Helen Pfister, a partner with Manatt Health, spoke with HealthLeaders on the Supreme Court’s recent ruling against the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in a case involving a Medicare reimbursement formula.
Manatt’s Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, a managing director with Manatt Health, spoke to Stateline about the state of Washington becoming the first to offer a “public option” for health insurance.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, a multidisciplinary, integrated national professional services firm, announced today the launch of its Boston office with the addition of Scott T. Lashway, who has joined the firm’s privacy and data security practice.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, a multidisciplinary, integrated, national professional services firm, yesterday secured a significant victory on behalf of its client, Multiple Energy Technologies, LLC.
Manatt’s Joel Ario, a managing director with Manatt Health, spoke to Health Plan Weekly about Washington State’s recent move toward enacting the nation’s first public option health insurance program.
Manatt’s Anne O’Hagen Karl, a partner with Manatt Health, spoke with FierceHealthcare on the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on a case involving disproportionate-share hospital (DSH) payments.
Manatt’s Anne O’Hagen Karl, a partner with Manatt Health, spoke with CQ Roll Call on the Supreme Court’s recent decision to strike down a 2014 change to Medicare payments for safety-net hospitals.