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  • Firm co-founder, Daniel Charest, and associate, Ryan Gaddis, secured a summary judgment victory for long-time firm client, Expedition Royalty Co., LLC, in Howard County oil and gas litigation. While not named in the original petition, Expedition’s royalties had been placed in suspense by the operator (now Diamondback E&P, LLC) because the plaintiff, who sold her ...

  • Burns Charest LLP is pleased to report that the firm has achieved a successful pre-trial resolution for its client, the Liquidating Trustee for the Nighthawk Energy bankruptcy estate, on breach of contract claims brought one year ago against a professional engineering firm for allegedly reckless work it performed for Nighthawk in Colorado’s Arikaree Creek Field. The ...

  • The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California recently denied defendants’ motions to dismiss our client’s complaint in this important whistleblower case alleging monopolization regarding a widely-prescribed Alzheimer’s drug. The team at Burns Charest LLP, which includes partners Warren Burns and Christopher Cormier and associates Mallory Biblo and Russell Herman, looks forward to litigating the ...

  • Amanda Klevorn has been named partner with Burns Charest LLP. Ms. Klevorn joined the firm as an associate in the New Orleans office in 2016 and represents plaintiffs in consumer-oriented complex litigation with a focus on mass torts, antitrust, and data privacy cases. In making the announcement, Managing Partner Warren Burns stated that “One of ...

  • A proposed $2.67 billion nationwide settlement with Blue Cross Blue Shield over alleged overpayments is moving closer to preliminary approval in Alabama federal court. According to an article in Law360, the settlement would provide proportional payouts to tens of millions of business and individual BCBS subscribers, while also establishing court-ordered reforms prohibiting anti-competitive conduct, including ...

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