• 05.30.17

    De la Cruz Predicts Demolition for Bel-Air Mega-Mansion

    The Los Angeles Times interviewed Victor De la Cruz, co-chair of the firm’s land use practice, on what he expects to happen to a partially-constructed Bel-Air mega-mansion now that its owner, luxury developer Mohamed Hadid, has pleaded no contest to charges over allegations of municipal ...

  • 01.10.17

    Following Mistrial, U.S. Attorney Will Retry Ex-L.A. Sheriff

    The Los Angeles Times quoted Manatt’s Ken Julian, co-chair of the firm's corporate investigations and white collar defense practice, for an article about a retrial of former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca for allegedly obstructing an FBI investigation into the county’s ...

  • 03.04.16

    Southern CA Development Hits Zoning Roadblocks

    Law360 interviewed Manatt's Sean Matsler, a partner in the firm's Real Estate and Land Use practice, for an article about new zoning measures in Southern California that would delay developers' ability to obtain zoning changes. Costa Mesa, for example, could see a ballot initiative ...

  • 12.15.15

    Challenges Persist Against Celebrity Developer

    The Los Angeles Times interviewed Manatt's Victor De la Cruz, a partner in the firm's Real Estate and Land Use practice, about his representation of a Bel-Air resident against celebrity developer Mohamed Hadid, who is facing criminal charges over allegations that he failed to halt ...

  • 04.28.15

    Issues to Watch in L.A. Football Stadium Project

    Law360 interviewed Manatt's Sean Matsler, a partner in the firm's Real Estate and Land Use practice, for an article on the five issues to watch as the Los Angeles County football stadium project moves forward. Carson, California's city council recently approved a $1.7 billion ...

  • 07.07.14

    Employer Allegedly Coerces Campaign Contributions

    Manatt's Randall Keen, a partner in the firm's Government and Regulatory Policy practice, was interviewed by the Los Angeles Business Journal for an article on the allegations that Managed Career Solutions violated campaign laws. As reported by the Los Angeles Business ...