Best Lawyers in America named five Manatt attorneys “Lawyer of the Year” for 2023 – Christine Reilly, Donald Meaders and George Soneff in Los Angeles; Robert Belfort in New York; and Steve Edwards in Orange County.Christine Reilly 2023 Advertising Law Lawyer of the Year, Los ...
Manatt’s litigation team, led by Real Estate Litigation Partners George Soneff and Edward Burg, obtained a ruling on August 5, 2022, awarding our client $13.2 million in attorney’s fees and costs.
A Manatt team led by Craig de Recat and Emil Petrossian successfully obtained summary judgment for client Gensler, one of the world’s leading architecture and design firms, in a dispute related to the development of the Shore Hotel in Santa Monica, California. The hotel’s owner and ...
Manatt received numerous recognitions in the 2022 Best Law Firms guide, including 10 national Tier 1 rankings and 35 Tier 1 metropolitan rankings.U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers determine rankings through a lengthy evaluation process, in which qualitative and quantitative information ...
Manatt successfully defended Liberty Utilities in a second-of-its kind eminent domain litigation in California.
The uncertainty of the past several weeks has clarified what is most important—the well-being and safety of our families, colleagues and communities.
Manatt financial services partner Andrew Morrison spoke to Law360 on the dismissal of a claim against client LCI Helicopters Ltd alleging that the company violated a nondisclosure agreement.
Sixty-four Manatt attorneys have been named to the 2020 edition of the Best Lawyers in America report, which recognizes the nation’s leading lawyers each year based on a national peer-review survey. Five attorneys were also named “Lawyer of the Year” in this ...
Manatt has received 12 national practice area rankings in the 2019 edition of The Legal 500 United States, published on May 29.
Manatt’s George Soneff, leader of the real estate litigation practice, spoke to the Daily Journal about the city of San Francisco’s proposal to buy its local power grid from Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E).