National plaintiffs’ class action and complex litigation law firm Berger Montague filed a preliminary injunction motion today with Community Legal Services and Villanova Federal Tax Clinic against the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) and United States Treasury Department over their failure to rapidly and effectively distribute economic impact payments during the COVID-19 pandemic to the eligible children of parents and caretakers who do not file federal income tax returns.
Berger Montague is proud to announce that Thomson Reuters has named Managing Shareholder E. Michelle Drake a 2020 Minnesota Super Lawyer. In addition, Associate John Albanese and Senior Counsel Hans Lodge have been named 2020 Minnesota Rising Stars.
Berger Montague PC announced today that Universal Health Services, Inc. and UHS of Delaware, Inc. (together, “UHS”), have agreed to pay $117 million to resolve alleged violations of the False Claims Act.
Berger Montague is pleased to share that Chairman Eric L. Cramer has been named a North American Global Elite Thought Leader in Who’s Who Legal’s Competition 2020 – Plaintiff – Legal Marketplace Analysis.
Berger Montague is proud to announce that Law360 has named Firm Chairman Eric L. Cramer a 2020 Titan of the Plaintiffs Bar. He is one of only ten plaintiffs bar attorneys to receive this prestigious honor.
Berger Montague, Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca, and Justice Catalyst Law filed an antitrust class action lawsuit today on behalf of Fusion Elite All Stars and a proposed class of All-Star cheerleading gyms against Varsity Brands and the U.S. All Star Federation.
Berger Montague, along with the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania and Langer Grogan & Diver P.C., has filed a federal class action lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, alleging that the California pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences Inc. illegally compromised the privacy rights of people taking its medications by recklessly mailing the inappropriately marked envelopes after promising its customers confidentiality.
Today, individuals representing a class of millions of student loan borrowers sued five of the nation's largest financial companies for illegally damaging borrowers' credit and mishandling CARES Act pandemic relief.
The United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania has granted class certification in a federal lawsuit being litigated on behalf of a class of landowners in Northeast Pennsylvania, captioned Slamon, et al. v Carrizo (Marcellus) LLC, et al., No. 3:16-cv-2187 (M.D. Pa.).
National plaintiffs’ class action and complex litigation law firm Berger Montague filed a class action lawsuit today against the University of Southern California and its Board of Trustees to recover tuition and fees for students whose Spring 2020 classes were cancelled or moved online during the Coronavirus pandemic.