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Oscar Insurance Company of Florida v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, Inc. et al.

The court ruled in favor of our client in this healthcare antitrust case.


USA v. Cabell Huntington Hospital Inc. and St. Mary’s Medical Center Inc.

The West Virginia Health Care Authority agreed with Professor Gowrisankaran in this hospital merger review.


Class Action Related to Changes in Retirees’ Health Insurance Plans

A federal judge granted our client’s motion for summary judgment.


Advertising Targeting a Medical Services Provider

Counsel for a large medical services provider retained Cornerstone Research and an accounting professor to analyze the economic impact of the challenged advertising campaigns.


Proposed Merger of Aetna and Humana Enjoined

The court relied on the analyses and rebuttal critiques of Cornerstone Research experts and senior advisors, Professor Aviv Nevo and Ms. Christine Hammer, CPA.


Analysis of Consulting Services to Self-Insured Student Health Plan

Cornerstone Research worked with four experts in this case involving actuarial consulting on a university system’s student health plan.


Class Certification Opposed on Behalf of Healthcare Provider

The judge denied the motion for class certification in its entirety in this case involving claims that a service provider reordered physician diagnosis codes.


United States of America ex rel. Susan Ruscher et al. v. Omnicare Inc. et al.

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division, granted summary judgment for the defendant in this case involving healthcare payment and billing practices.


Medical Device Patents

In a case involving patents related to a medical device, counsel for a leading healthcare company retained Dr. Michael Keeley and Cornerstone Research.


Class Action Related to Discounting of Prices in Healthcare Products and Services

Cornerstone Research worked with a marketing professor to analyze whether the defendant’s everyday discounting of prices allegedly misled consumers.


Cost Shifting

Cost shifting refers to the practice of increasing the price or markup charged to one group of patients in response to a decrease in another group’s price or markup.

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