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*Manatt Adds Advertising Partner Marc Roth in New York
*New York Times Profiles Manatt’s Work in Branded Entertainment *Manatt to Host the PMA's Entertainment Law Summit in Los Angeles
IN THIS ISSUE:
SPECIAL FOCUS: "L.A. Scale": An Interview with Partner Alan Brunswick
*FTC Plans Wide-Ranging Look at Privacy Issues
*Third Circuit Upholds Online Betting Ban
*Feds Raise Eyebrows at Food Label...more
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*FDA Provides Advice on Presenting Drug Risks
*Battle Mounts Over ICANN Control
*FTC’s Negative Option Rule Up for Comment
*Alcohol Brands Cautiously Launch Twitter Campaigns
*Court to Examine...more
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