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Summary judgment denied in the Domestic Drywall Antitrust Litigation

A federal judge has ordered that all the remaining drywall manufacturers in the price-fixing antitrust litigation but one will have to remain in the case. U.S. District Senior Judge Michael M. Baylson of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, who has handled the case since it was consolidated nearly three years ago, denied summary judgment to […]

Berger Montague Opens Minneapolis Office and Hires Attorney E. Michelle Drake

Berger Montague, a nationally renowned plaintiffs’ class action law firm headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, is proud to announce today that E. Michelle Drake has joined the Firm as a new Shareholder. Ms. Drake, one of the top consumer and employment class action attorneys in the United States, will open a new office for Berger Montague in Minneapolis, Minnesota where Ms. Drake resides.

9th Annual Private Antitrust Enforcement Conference

Berger Montague is proud to sponsor the American Antitrust Institute’s 9th Annual Private Antitrust Enforcement Conference on November 18, 2015, at the National Press Club in Washington DC. Managing shareholder Eric Cramer will moderate a panel titled “Developments in Antitrust Cases Against Sports Leagues”. The panel will discuss several major antitrust class actions that have been […]

$512M settlement granted final approval in pay-for-delay litigation over Cephalon’s narcolepsy drug Provigil.

Berger Montague represents a proposed class of direct purchasers in a challenge to a pay-for-delay deal for the drug Provigil. Plaintiffs allege that Cephalon entered into an agreement with generic competitors to delay generic competition for Provigil.

Berger Montague Continues to Grow with Two Associate Hires

Full-spectrum class action and civil litigation firm Berger Montague announced today that two new associates have joined the firm. Frank Mangiaracina has joined the Antitrust practice while Josh Ripley will be working with the Antitrust, Insurance Products & Financial Services, and Environmental & Mass Tort practices.

Eric Cramer and Candice Enders to Participate in the 9th Annual Private Antitrust Enforcement Conference

Berger Montague is proud to sponsor the American Antitrust Institute’s 9th Annual Private Antitrust Enforcement Conference on November 18, 2015, at the National Press Club in Washington DC.

Sanofi Vaccine Customers Obtain Class Certification

On September 30, 2015, U.S. District Judge Madeline Cox Arleo granted class certification to over 26,000 pediatricians, medical practices, vaccine distributors, and health systems that purchased meningitis vaccines from defendant Sanofi Pasteur Inc. The court simultaneously denied Sanofi’s motion to exclude plaintiffs’ class experts following a three-day Daubert hearing that was held earlier in September.

2015 Elite Trial Lawyers Winner – Employment Law

We are proud to announce that Berger Montague was honored as the top plaintiffs’ law firm in the Employment category by The National Law Journal at the “2015 Elite Trial Lawyer” awards dinner held last night in New York City.

Berger Montague – 2015 Elite Trial Lawyers Finalist

Berger Montague’s Employment Law group has been selected as a finalist in the Employment category for the 2015 Elite Trial Lawyers awards.

Digital giants owe workers over pay schemes

Berger Montague’s Eric Cramer was interviewed by Philly.com about B&M’s co-counsel role in the record $415 million class-action settlement against Apple, Google, Intel, Disney, and six other digital-economy giants accused of collaborating to suppress the pay of tech workers in the late 2000s.

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