Mannie Barling is a lawyer, author and businessman who spent more than thirty years practicing law in the Greater Los Angeles Area.

In the 1970s, Mannie Barling helped pioneer Medical Outreach programs and health fairs throughout South Central Los Angeles and Inglewood. He also lobbied on behalf of the clinics and hospitals in the state capital on issues involving changes in health law, patient reimbursements, hospital and clinic claims for payment from Medical and Medicare with such luminaries as health expert Carl Weissburg and Edward L. Masry of Erin Brokovich fame.

In the 1990s, Mannie Barling represented the largest factor of medical accounts receivables in the U.S., negotiating agreements involving the purchase, operation and management of hospitals, clinics and private practices throughout Southern California. At the same time, he was involved in every phase of restoring an acute care hospital in East Los Angeles and seven clinics serving the Latino community from its insolvency at the time of purchase to becoming a $100 million a year medical practice serving the eastside of Los Angeles and parts of Orange County.

Along the way, Mannie Barling represented Fortune 400 businessmen, actors, motion picture production companies as well as serving as a voting member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He has also served as a judge pro tem and Arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association arbitrating important cases such as the Los Angeles Tennis Center on UCLA’s campus and condominiums in the revived Bunker Hills area situated in downtown Los Angeles.

Mannie Barling is the co-author of the award winning books – Arthritis, Inflammation, Gout, Crohn’s, IBD and IBS (Books and Authors 2010 Best Books in the Health, Diet & Reference Categories); Mannie’s Diet and Enzyme Formula (Blogger News Net 2010 Best Health And Nutrition Book Award winner); Taking Control of Your Life; It’s Not Your Fault; and The Food Revolution Papers.

Mannie Barling is also the former co-host of Surviving the 21st Century and The Sunday Afternoon Murder Club on Blog Talk Radio. He currently serves as the co-host of Barling & Barrett - Civil or Criminal on Sundays at 1:00 P.M. PST/4:00 PM EST on Blog Talk Radio.

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  • Lionel Simms posted 2095 days ago

    Lionel Simms

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