Thirty-nine of Manatt’s professionals were named to this year’s Super Lawyers list in the organization’s Northern California and Southern California publications. Of those, 27 were recognized on the 2020 Super Lawyers lists, while 12 individuals were named on the 2020 Rising Stars ...
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 represented Keefe, Bruyette & Woods in a high-profile appeal of a consolidated putative shareholder class action lawsuit in connection with the $1.8 billion merger between Chemical Financial Corporation and Talmer Bancorp, Inc., for whom Keefe, Bruyette & Woods served as financial ...
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.
Ronald Blum, a litigation partner, represented Dollar Tree and Family Dollar in a $100,000 settlement with the New York Attorney General’s office over allegations that the stores sold expired or obsolete products to customers.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, a multidisciplinary, integrated national professional services firm, announced today that preeminent consumer financial services lawyer Scott M. Pearson has joined as a partner in its Los Angeles office.
A team of attorneys, led by John Libby, were named Legal Lions by Law360 for their successful challenge of the Trump administration’s decision to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 Census.
Manatt’s financial services, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and finance practice, led by Brian Korn, has been named a finalist for the annual LendIt Fintech Industry Awards in the Top Law Firm category. This is the third consecutive year that Manatt has been nominated by ...
Manatt’s Richard Gottlieb, co-chair of the firm’s financial services group, spoke with Auto Finance News for an article about Santander Consumer USA’s $1.5 million fine.
Manatt’s Richard Gottlieb, co-chair of the firm’s financial services group, was quoted by American Banker in an article about narrowing the scope of “abusive” practices for consumer protection.