Y. Michael Twersky concentrates his practice on complex
litigation. Since 2011, Mr. Twersky has been involved in numerous
complex litigations, including insurance, antitrust, and other
consumer cases litigated by the firm.
Mr. Twersky has worked on a wide variety of matters including an
insurance case in which the Court found that a large insurance
company had breached its policy when it denied benefits under an
accidental death insurance plan.
Mr. Twersky has also worked on a number of antitrust class
actions alleging that pharmaceutical manufacturers wrongfully kept
less expensive generic drugs off the market, in violation of the
antitrust laws, including In re Skelaxin (Metaxalone)
Antitrust Litig., and
In re Nexium Antitrust Litigation.
Mr. Twersky graduated from Temple University Beasley School of
Law in 2011, where he was a member of the Rubin Public Interest Law
Honors Society and a Class Senator. In addition Mr. Twersky advised
various clients in business matters as part of Temple University's
Business Law Clinic.