Manatt’s Craig Miller, leader of the financial services group, and corporate and finance associate Dieu Nguyen represented Presidio Bank in its $200 million merger with Heritage Commerce Corp. The transaction was announced on May 16 and closed on October 11.
Government and regulatory partner Gregg Nunziata wrote an article for Just Security on the implications of the ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
Leader of Manatt Entertainment Lindsay Conner spoke with Reuters about the Chinese government’s decision to stop broadcasting NBA games and South Park due to political comments made by some executives and showrunners.
Manatt Entertainment partner Michael Rexford spoke with Billboard, Celebrity Access and Variety on the recent launch of Tour Support, a program that provides mental health support for the touring community.
Government and regulatory senior advisor Bruce Gyory authored an article for New York Daily News on the proposed ranked-choice voting system put forward by the Charter Revision Commission.
Co-lead of Manatt’s privacy and data security practice Scott Lashway spoke with Bloomberg Law about the limited California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) private right of action and the expected spike in litigation surrounding data breaches once the CCPA goes into effect on January 1, 2020.
Manatt Health partner Randi Seigel was featured in a Law360 Q&A for being named a 2019 Law360 Rising Star for Health Care.
A team of transactional attorneys led by corporate and finance partner Scott Schwartz represented Hain Celestial Group (Nasdaq: HAIN) in the divestitures of its Arrowhead Mills and SunSpire brands to Chicago-based Hometown Food Company for $15 million.
Manatt Financial Services senior advisor Jan Owen spoke with American Banker on California’s leadership in developing banking policy.
Partners Anita Sabine and Jeffrey Edelstein and associate Jessica Borowick wrote an article for Food Dive on CBD in the food and beverage industry.