For 2019, Manatt ranked 33rd in The Deal’s annual law firm power rankings among its M&A league tables and placed 6th in Corporate Control Alert’s 2019 Banker Representations. Manatt has become a fixture to these league tables in recent years acting as deal or regulatory counsel to ...
Manatt’s Thomas Poletti and Katherine Blair, partners in the firm’s capital markets group, advised A.G.P./Alliance Global Partners as exclusive placement agent in a $20 million registered direct offering of common shares and warrants by HEXO Corp, a consumer packaged ...
Manatt Financial Services senior advisor Jan Owen spoke with American Banker and Bloomberg Lawabout California Governor Newsom’s proposal to create a state consumer protection bureau. The governor’s proposal would remake the California Department of Business Oversight into an entity ...
Craig Miller, leader of Manatt’s financial services group, advised Avidbank Holdings, Inc., a San Francisco Bay Area bank holding company, in the private placement of $22 million in ten-year, fixed-to-floating-rate subordinated notes.
Financial services partner Barbara Polsky was recognized on WomenInc.’s 2019 Most Influential Corporate Board Director list.
Long-regarded as one of the nation’s leading associations focused on the financial services industry, the San Francisco Bank Attorneys Association (SFBAA) has named Craig Miller its 2020 President.
In the 2020 Best Law Firms guide ranked, Manatt practices earned 11 national Tier 1 rankings and 30 Tier 1 metropolitan designations.
Fintech practice leader Brian Korn spoke with GlobalCapital following a New York federal judge’s ruling that the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) lacks legal power to grant a bank charter to a fintech company.
Consumer financial services practice leader Richard Gottlieb spoke with American Banker on the Supreme Court’s decision to hear a case challenging the “for cause” provision of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Manatt’s Craig Miller, leader of the financial services group, and corporate and finance associate Dieu Nguyen represented Presidio Bank in its $200 million merger with Heritage Commerce Corp. The transaction was announced on May 16 and closed on October 11.