Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP is a Los Angeles-based law firm of more than 400 attorneys and other professionals founded in 1965. The firm earned revenues of $324 million in 2015. Manatt also operates a subsidiary ManattJones Global Strategies which offers a range of consulting services to public and private corporations with professionals in all of the firms US offices plus an outpost in Mexico City. James R. Jones, a former Congressman from Oklahoma and Ambassador to Mexico is a member of ManattJones. William T. Quicksilver is the firms Chief Executive and Managing Partner. Manatt, Phelps & Phillips was founded by Charles Taylor Manatt, who later became chairman of the Democratic National Committee and U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic, and Thomas Phelps, a banking and finance attorney. Litigation and sports lawyer Alan Rothenberg joined them soon after; Rothenberg remained a named partner in the firm until he moved to Latham & Watkins in 1990. Former U.S. Senator John V. Tunney was a named partner from 1976 until early 1987. L. Lee Phillips, an entertainment lawyer, joined the firm in 1977 and became a named partner in 1985. Democratic activist Mickey Kantor joined the firm in 1976; he was a named partner from 1991 until his departure in 1993 to become United States Trade Representative, and, later, Secretary of Commerce during the Clinton Administration. In 1978 John B. Emerson joined the firm.
Highest paying job titles at Manatt, Phelps & Philips, LLP include Litigation Associate, Regulatory Affairs Specialist, and Analytics Director