• 09.06.17

    Qualitative Methods in Measuring Compliance

    The Anti-Corruption Report spoke with Manatt’s Jacqueline Wolff, co-chair of the firm’s corporate investigations and white collar defense practice, for the third of a four-part series on measuring compliance. This issue focused on how to measure quality.   According to the ...

  • 08.16.17

    Using Hotlines to Measure Corporate Compliance

    Manatt’s Jacqueline Wolff, co-chair of the firm’s corporate investigations and white collar defense practice, was interviewed by The Anti-Corruption Report for the second of a three-part series on measuring compliance. This installment of the series focuses on the seven areas of ...

  • 08.09.17

    FBI Raids Paul Manafort’s Home as Part of Russia Investigation

    Business Insider quoted Manatt’s Kenneth Julian, co-chair of the firm’s corporate investigations and white collar practice, in an article that examined the FBI’s raid of Paul Manafort’s home. According to the publication, FBI agents working with special counsel Robert ...

  • 08.02.17

    Measuring Compliance Programs: Why It Matters

    Manatt’s Jacqueline Wolff, co-chair of the firm’s corporate investigations and white collar defense practice, discussed corporate compliance programs with TheAnti-Corruption Report for the first of a three-part series on measuring compliance.   According to the publication, most ...

  • 07.27.17

    Manatt Named to American Lawyer’s A-List Top 20

    Manatt has been named to The American Lawyer’s “A-List” ranking of the top 20 law firms in the nation for 2017.   The A-List rankings, which The American Lawyer says include “the most elite law firms in America,” are based on results in five areas: revenue per ...

  • 07.11.17

    Former U.S. Attorney Richard Hartunian Joins Manatt in New York

    Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, today announced that Richard S. Hartunian, former United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York, will join the firm’s Manhattan and Albany offices as a partner in the corporate investigations and white collar defense practice in August 2017.

  • 06.16.17

    Key Ways Escobar Is Being Applied One Year Later

    Law360 quoted Manatt’s Jacqueline Wolff, co-chair of the firm’s corporate investigations and white collar defense practice, for an article on how the Supreme Court’s decision in Universal Health Services v. Escobar has impacted False Claims Act litigation.   As the ...

  • 06.02.17

    Releasing Internal Investigative Findings Not Necessary

    Corporate Counsel interviewed Manatt’s Deborah Kelly, a partner in the firm’s employment and labor practice, for an article about Uber’s internal investigation into allegations of sexism and sexual harassment at the company. As the investigation nears its end, the ride-hailing ...

  • 05.19.17

    Medicare Advantage Fraud Investigations Could Affect Insurance Models

    Modern Healthcare interviewed Manatt’s Michael Kolber, a partner with Manatt Health, for an article on how insurers are likely to change the way they do business as the DOJ increases its focus on investigating alleged fraud in the Medicare Advantage program.   The publication reports ...

  • 03.13.17

    New Administration Dismisses U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara

    Compliance Week quoted Ken Julian, co-chair of the firm’s corporate investigations and white collar practice, in an article about the high turnover of U.S. Attorneys since Attorney General Jeff Sessions took office. Terminations included U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, who refused when Attorney ...

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