Monthly Archives: May 2011

Health insurers continue to reap record profits.

The New York Times (5/14, A1, Abelson, Subscription Publication) reported on its front page that major health insurers “are barreling into a third year of record profits, enriched in recent months by a lingering recessionary mind-set among Americans who are … Continue reading

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Judge says consumer pursuit of small claims “effectively barred” following AT&T ruling.

In a Huffington Post (5/15) op-ed, retired Judge H. Lee Sarokin said the Supreme Court’s ruling that arbitration clauses in AT&T consumer contracts prohibited the pursuit of class-action claims “has permitted alleged corporate fraud to go unheard and unpunished and, … Continue reading

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Whistleblower Client Stephani LeFlore

Below is an article from the Star Tribune about our client, Stephani LeFlore. St. Paul whistleblower gets $2.6M in CVS case The company routinely overbilled the government for copays in 10 states, including Minnesota. CVS has agreed to pay $17.5 … Continue reading

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