• 04.26.18

    Hartunian Honored at Armenian Bar Association Public Servants Dinner

    Manatt’s Richard Hartunian, a partner in the firm’s corporate investigations and white collar defense practice, was honored at the Armenian Bar Association’s first Public Servants Dinner.The Armenian Bar Association was formed in 1989 to provide an arena for Armenian lawyers to ...

  • 04.19.18

    Major Victory in Case Against Gun-Selling Website

    Manatt played an important role in a case that will have major implications for gun sales over the Internet. Working pro bono with the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence and Wisconsin law firm Cannon & Dunphy, partner Jacqueline Wolff and counsel Sam Katze led the Manatt team in a lawsuit ...

  • 03.21.18

    Manatt Lawyers Recognized as California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year

    The Daily Journal announced today that multiple Manatt teams have been honored with 2018 “California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year” awards for their extraordinary achievements in various sectors of the law. Each year, through its prestigious CLAY Awards, the Daily Journal recognizes the ...

  • 03.09.18

    OneOC Recognizes Manatt Pro Bono Team as Outstanding Volunteers

    OneOC will honor a Manatt pro bono team led by class actions partner Adrianne Marshack at the 2018 Spirit of Volunteerism event for the team’s successful representation of a woman involved in a domestic violence defamation action. In addition to Marshack, the team includes partner Yuri ...

  • 09.18.17

    Start Small Think Big Honors Donner With Volunteer Service Award

    Manatt’s Irah Donner, a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice, was honored by Start Small Think Big for his commitment to provide IP advice to a wide variety of small businesses through the nonprofit organization. Start Small awarded Donner its first-ever Volunteer ...

  • 07.10.17

    Family Gets Day in Court to Recover Nazi-Confiscated Art

    The Los Angeles Times covered the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit’s decision in favor of the heirs of a Jewish family whose great-grandmother had been forced by the Nazis into “selling” a painting by the renowned Impressionist artist Camille Pissarro. Manatt filed an amicus ...

  • 11.07.16

    Maricopa County Looks Forward to Shorter Lines at Polls

    12 News KPNX-TV, a local Arizona news station, interviewed Manatt’s John McGuinness, a partner in the firm’s litigation practice, for a segment on the wait times at polling places in Maricopa County, the largest county in Arizona. McGuinness and his team are credited with spurring the ...

  • 10.25.16

    Manatt Negotiates Plan to Help Assure Voting Efficiency in AZ

    Manatt's John McGuinness, a partner in the firm’s litigation practice, led a Manatt team that successfully negotiated with Arizona officials for an agreement that represents a major step forward in assuring the voting rights for individuals in the state’s Maricopa County are ...

  • 09.29.16

    Manatt Receives Western Center’s First-Ever Legal Services Pro Bono Award

    Manatt has been honored by the Western Center on Law & Poverty with its inaugural Max Gillam Award, a new recognition that will be presented each year to one law firm that has made an extraordinary contribution as co-counsel with the Western Center. The award has been initiated to memorialize ...

  • 03.16.16

    Ninth Circuit Immigration Victory Recognized by Daily Journal

    A Manatt team led by litigation associate Andrea Bird was honored with a 2016 CLAY Award by the Daily Journal for advancing the issue of transgender rights in the immigration law context by persuading a Ninth Circuit panel to grant relief to a transgender Mexican woman in the U.S. Recipients of ...



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