Cases & Investigations
Berger Montague has filed a claim on behalf of patients throughout the country who take or have taken Abilify, an antipsychotic drug.
Class action and collective action filed against The Brickman Group, Ltd., LLC on behalf of all supervisors, alleging The Brickman Group violated federal and state wage laws by paying overtime at only half-time, rather than at a rate of time and one-half the required regular rate.
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Berger Montague is counsel to a proposed class of direct purchasers of aluminum and tantalum electrolytic capacitors and film capacitors.
Berger Montague serves as co-lead counsel in this action. The Complaint alleges that defendants issued a series of materially false and misleading statements about Centerline’s business model and financial condition, including statements concerning its portfolio of tax-exempt first mortgage bonds, which generated the majority of the Company’s revenues and supported the Company’s $1.68 per share annual dividend.
Berger Montague serves as one of the counsel on behalf of direct purchasers of containerboard products (which includes both linerboard, corrugated sheets and corrugated products such as boxes and other containers) in an antitrust class action against the largest domestic manufacturers of containerboard.
Berger Montague represents a proposed class of similarly situated current and former UFC professional combatants, alleging that the plaintiffs are victims of the UFC’s illegal scheme to eliminate its competition in the sport of MMA and suppress compensation for UFC Fighters from bouts and fighter identities and likenesses.
Berger Montague filed a class action lawsuit against the officers of IndyMax Bancorp, Inc. The Complaint alleges that IndyMac’s Chief Executive Officer Michael W. Perry, and its former Chief Financial Officer A. Scott Keys (“Defendants”), violated the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 by issuing a series of materially false and misleading statements about IndyMac’s financial health, including statements assuring investors that IndyMac, as a prime rather than subprime lender, would be less affected by the turmoil in the housing, mortgage and credit markets, that it was prudently managing its risks, that it had prudent asset quality and that its financial condition was sound.
Berger Montague serves as co-lead counsel for a proposed class of dental practices and dental laboratories in a suit brought against Henry Schein, Inc., Patterson Companies, Inc., and Benco Dental Supply Company, the three largest distributors of dental supplies in the United States.
Berger Montague P.C. represents a class of persons or entities that purchased brand or generic Effexor XR directly from Wyeth, Inc. or Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. in a case alleging unlawful efforts to delay generic entry.