• 01.09.18

    Second Circuit’s TCPA Decision on Flu Shot Reminder Texts

    Manatt’s Christine Reilly, chair of the firm’s TCPA compliance and class action defense practice, was interviewed by Law360 for an article on a suit surrounding a flu-shot reminder text. On Jan. 3, the Second Circuit published a decision tackling the question of whether Mount ...

  • 12.20.17

    More Than 50 Kozinski Cases Reassigned to Active Judges

    Manatt’s Ben Shatz, co-chair of the firm’s appellate practice, was quoted in the Daily Journal for an article on the future of Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Alex Kozinski’s more than 50 pending cases. Following his recent resignation, these cases are currently ...

  • 12.18.17

    Ninth Circuit Judge Resigns Amid Misconduct Inquiry

    Manatt’s Ben Shatz, co-chair of the firm’s appellate practice, was interviewed by SF Gate for an article highlighting the career of federal judge Alex Kozinski, Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, who announced his plan to retire following the launch of misconduct ...

  • 10.09.17

    Williams, Gaye Both Frustrated With Judge in IP Case

    Manatt’s Robert Jacobs, co-chair of the firm’s entertainment, sports and media litigation practice, spoke with the Daily Journal about an ongoing intellectual property case between Pharrell Williams and the family of Marvin Gaye. The case is currently being heard before the U.S. ...

  • 08.28.17

    DOJ Decision Disproportionately Affects Songwriters

    Manatt's Lisl Dunlop, co-chair of the firm's antitrust and competition practice, was quoted in a Law360 article about the ongoing dispute over a new interpretation of World War II-era antitrust consent decrees. The largest nonprofit trade association for songwriters worldwide, ...

  • 07.27.17

    Upcoming SCOTUS Cases on Bank Arbitrations, Transfers and Whistle-Blowers

    Bloomberg BNA quoted Manatt’s Richard Gottlieb, co-chair of the firm’s financial services group, on a trio of upcoming Supreme Court cases that will take up arbitration, allegation of fraudulent transfers and whistle-blower questions.   National Labor Relations Board v. ...

  • 07.17.17

    L.A. Judge Compels Arbitration for Class Suing Toyota

    The Daily Journal covered Manatt’s successful representation of Toyota Motor Corporation’s financial arm in a case challenging its lending calculations. Judge Ann I. Jones of the Los Angeles County Superior Court has ruled that class members seeking relief over alleged illegal lease ...

  • 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 ...

  • 07.03.17

    States’ Anti-Steering Case Against American Express Is Novel

    Law360 interviewed Manatt’s Lisl Dunlop, co-chair of the firm’s antitrust and competition practice, for an article on the six competition cases to keep an eye on this year.   One case to watch concerns American Express Co. and anti-steering rules. As reported by Law360, the ...

  • 06.22.17

    TCPA Cases More Likely to Be Litigated Following Court Decision

    Law360 interviewed Manatt’s Christine Reilly, chair of the firm’s TCPA compliance and class action defense practice, for an article on the Seventh Circuit’s decision to add to limitations that companies face when making offers of full relief to individual plaintiffs in TCPA ...