• 02.09.18

    Mulvaney as Chief of Staff Could Have Consequences for CFPB

    Manatt’s Richard Gottlieb, co-chair of the firm’s financial services group, was interviewed by American Banker for an article that examines how the CFPB could be impacted if acting director Mick Mulvaney becomes President Trump’s chief of staff.One implication, according to the ...

  • 01.02.18

    Nano Financial Holdings to Acquire Commerce Bank

    American Banker and Close Up Media Inc. covered Manatt’s representation of Nano Financial Holdings in its acquisition of Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley (CBTV). The team was led by Gordon Bava, partner in the firm’s corporate and finance practice, and Matthew O’Loughlin, co-chair ...

  • 11.22.17

    Sterling Bancorp Completes $180M IPO

    Manatt represented Sandler O’Neill & Partners LP, an investment banking firm, as underwriter’s counsel in the IPO of Sterling Bancorp. The team was led by Craig Miller, co-chair of the firm’s financial services transactions practice, and was covered by ABL Advisor and ...

  • 11.01.17

    U.S. News, Best Lawyers Recognize Manatt Practices as Top in Nation

    Manatt practices earned nine Tier 1 national designations and 25 Tier 1 metropolitan designations in the 2018 Best Law Firms guide, an annual ranking in which U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers analyze the country’s top law firms. In addition, Manatt was recognized as Law Firm of ...

  • 10.19.17

    Perfect World Secures Additional Funding for Universal Slate

    Beijing-based Perfect World Pictures, advised by Manatt, closed a credit facility with East West Bank and JPMorgan to capitalize the second phase of its ongoing five-year slate finance agreement with Universal Pictures. The credit facility deal received press coverage from The Hollywood ...

  • 10.16.17

    Hull Street Energy Purchases Nine Hydro Facilities for $83M

    Electric Light & Power covered Manatt’s representation of Hull Street Energy, a private equity firm that invests in power generation assets and related businesses, in its $83 million purchase of nine hydroelectric power facilities in New Hampshire. Manatt’s Alan Noskow, a ...

  • 10.13.17

    Is Bankruptcy the Best Option for The Weinstein Co.?

    Manatt’s Ivan Kallick, chair of the firm’s bankruptcy practice, spoke with Forbes on what a bankruptcy could look like for The Weinstein Co. The publication explained that filing for bankruptcy could be a “silver bullet” for the company, which has been in turmoil since the ...

  • 10.02.17

    CA Bankers Association, Western Independent Bankers to Merge

    Manatt’s representation of the California Bankers Association in its recently announced merger with Western Independent Bankers was covered by American Banker. Jordan Hamburger, co-chair of Manatt’s Mergers and Acquisitions practice, led the Manatt team with support from tax, employee ...

  • 09.20.17

    Manatt Named a Finalist for 2017 M&A Advisor Awards

    The M&A Advisor, a preeminent organization focused on offering insights and intelligence on mergers and acquisitions, has named Manatt a finalist for its 16th annual M&A Awards. The awards recognize the leading M&A transactions, restructurings, deal financings, product/services, firms ...

  • 08.30.17

    Korn Provides Perspective on Madden v. Midland ‘Fix’ Bills

    Manatt’s Brian Korn, partner and co-chair of the firm’s financial services group, was featured in an article by Lend Academy on bills that are being introduced to remedy the Madden v. Midland decision.   “The Madden fix bills, if passed and signed into law, will resolve the ...

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