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  • 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 ...

  • Burns Charest LLP has been named as one of the best law firms in the nation for the third year in a row on the Best Law Firms list, a prestigious annual ranking distributed by U.S. News & World Report and The Best Lawyers in America.    In the newly released 2021 edition the firm ranks as a Tier One firm in the North Texas area for commercial litigation and energy law. The firm is also ...

  • In multidistrict litigation in Alabama federal court, the nation’s Blue Cross Blue Shield insurers have tentatively agreed to a $2.67 billion class settlement fund and other reforms to address anti-competitive practices. Plaintiffs alleged the Blues used a national cap on revenues, direct-contracting restrictions and other unlawful practices to limit competition and give preference to BCBS-related ...

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