Firm lead for government sponsored managed care health plan. Coordinate significant matters around the country involving provider disputes, delegated entities, fraud waste and abuse, internal investigations, recovery of overpayments, service fund issues, SIU, PBM matters, PLP issues, billing disputes, and regulatory issues.
Lead counsel defending an electric generation company over an alleged breach of a power purchase agreement for wind energy.
Represented the largest unsecured creditor in a Florida Ponzi scheme. The
work uncovering this scheme perpetrated by Lou Pearlman was featured on CNBC’s
American Greed on December 17, 2008; in a Vanity Fair article,
"Mad About the Boys," by Bryan Borrough, in November 2007; on Investigation
Discovery Channel’s Vanity Fair Confidential on March 16, 2015; and in
the book titled The Hit Charade by Tyler Gray.
Lead counsel defending former owners of a pharmacy from claim of fraud and breach of fiduciary duty by sellers.
Lead counsel defending a managed care organization in a provider termination claim arising out of whistleblower action.
Lead counsel in an international arbitration claim for fraud and breach of a distribution agreement on behalf of a global generic pharmaceutical company.
Defended a generic pharmaceutical company in an alleged breach of a licensing agreement.
Defended a global generic pharmaceutical company in a claim for breach of a distribution agreement.
Represented a publicly traded energy company in an arbitration regarding an environmental remediation project.
Lead counsel in a bench trial on behalf of the Chapter 11 Trustee in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York over a failed 363 Sale. Judgment in our clients favor upheld on appeal.
Lead counsel for a physician practice management company against a provider in a trial in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware over breach of contract and restitution claims.
Represented the owners and former CEO of a large home building company through Chapter 11 proceedings including adversary actions and plan confirmation.
As debtors’ counsel, prosecuted numerous claims for fraudulent conveyance, restitution, and breach of contract that netted full recovery to secured creditors of physician management practice companies.
Defended Medicaid managed care organization against a multimillion dollar reimbursement claim brought by a publicly traded pharmacy.
Represented two managed care organizations in a putative class action in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois. Claim was brought by emergency room physicians for reimbursement at the “billed charge” rate. Dismissal was upheld on appeal.
Prosecuted and defended numerous emergency motions for temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions involving restrictive covenants, shareholder rights, and mergers and acquisitions.
Represented hospitals and health systems in claims over medical credentialing including injunctions to reinstate, claims for damages, and peer review proceedings.
Represented manufacturers in sales representative claims including two jury trials and summary judgment in federal courts in Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Represented a credit union against a bank in a check kiting scheme. Obtained summary judgment which was upheld on appeal.
Represented a bankruptcy trustee in a jury trial for breach of fiduciary duties relating to the sale of a business.
Prosecuted a claim for breach of a software agreement on behalf of a large integrated health system against a global company that developed and sold electronic health records software.
Arbitrated on behalf of a global food group in a breach of a manufacturing and sales licensing agreement.
Represented banks in loan workouts, foreclosures, and related litigation.
Appointed by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois to represent alleged Chicago gang member in a trial asserting prosecutorial misconduct.