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Recent Favorable Rulings in 2 Separate Cases

October 5, 2016
Berger & Montague is happy to report that we received two favorable orders on Friday, September 30 in two separate cases, which will now enable us to pursue discovery in each matter in support of our claims.

Once Again, Berger & Montague, P.C. Makes Chambers USA

May 27, 2016
The Chambers USA Guide is a highly sought-after legal ranking of lawyers and law firms The firm's Antitrust Attorneys Eric Cramer, H. Laddie Montague Jr., Merrill Davidoff, and David Sorensen - who all share the honor of making Chambers USA in years...

18 Berger & Montague Lawyers Makes 2016 Pennsylvania SuperLawyers

May 24, 2016
Berger & Montague, P.C. congratulates its 21 lawyers who were selected as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, and its 12 lawyers who were selected as Pennsylvania Rising Stars.

29 Berger & Montague Lawyers Make 2016 Pennsylvania SuperLawyers

May 24, 2016
Berger & Montague, P.C. congratulates its 29 lawyers who were selected as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, and its 12 lawyers who were selected as Pennsylvania Rising Stars.

$375 million Settlement reached in Cook v. Rockwell International Corporation

May 19, 2016
A settlement has been reached in Cook v. Rockwell International Corporation, No. 90-cv-00181 (D. Colo.), one of the longest running cases in the United States, involving plutonium releases from the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons site northwest of Denver, Colorado.

Berger & Montague Named to National Law Journal Plaintiffs' Hot List for 2016

March 14, 2016
Berger & Montague Named to National Law Journal Plaintiffs' Hot List for 2016.

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

October 19, 2015
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.

1st Circ. Gives Whistleblower Redo In Covidien FCA Suit

October 1, 2015
The First Circuit told a Massachusetts federal court to rethink blocking a whistleblower from amending his suit alleging a Covidien Ltd. unit got Medicare to illegally fund off-label uses for its blood-blockage device on Wednesday.

Sanofi Vaccine Customers Obtain Class Certification

October 1, 2015
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.

Berger & Montague - 2015 Elite Trial Lawyers Finalist

September 22, 2015
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

September 7, 2015
Managing Shareholder Eric Cramer was interviewed by 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.

Safelite Group Inc. hit with false advertising lawsuit

August 19, 2015
The complaint alleges Safelite’s advertisements falsely push the notion that windshield cracks of a certain size require full replacement when simply repairing a crack is allegedly more effective.

Final Approval Granted in Northern Trust ERISA Suit

August 10, 2015
An Illinois federal judge signed off Friday on the allocation plan for a $36 million settlement involving allegations that Northern Trust Investments NA breached its duties to retirement plans and to a class of their participants and beneficiaries.

Berger & Montague Appointed Interim Co-Lead Counsel in UFC Antitrust Class Action

July 29, 2015
Judge Leen granted an unopposed motion to appoint Berger & Montague as interim co-lead counsel for the five consolidated antitrust suits.

Berger & Montague Designated Co-Lead Counsel in MF Global Commodities Customer Class Action

July 20, 2015
U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero in Manhattan allows MF Global commodities customer class action to proceed. Berger & Montague has been designated co-lead counsel.

Berger & Montague Named to National Law Journal Plaintiffs’ Hot List for 2015

March 2, 2015
Berger & Montague prides itself on its lawyers' brainpower — their capacity to distill the most complex commercial disputes, including antitrust, securities, qui tam and consumer class actions into clear, persuasive arguments. "We're known for being very intellectual and a firm that grapples with ­critical legal and factual issues in all of our cases," said Eric Cramer, one of eight managing partners.

Northern Trust to pay $36 million in securities lending settlement

February 18, 2015
Northern Trust Corp. will pay $36 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by 1,500 retirement plans that accused the firm of causing large losses stemming from the bank’s securities lending program during the financial crisis, said a news release Wednesday from one law firm representing the plans.

VW, Audi Owners Win $15.5M In Attys’ Fees In Oil Sludge MDL

February 11, 2015
A Massachusetts federal judge on Tuesday approved roughly $15.5 million in attorneys’ fees to class counsel in multidistrict litigation against Volkswagen AG and Audi AG over oil sludge buildup in engines and related warranties, after the First Circuit nixed a previous $30 million award.

Nationstar Hit With RICO Suit Over Forced Inspections

January 22, 2015
Nationstar Mortgage LLC was accused of racketeering in a proposed class action in Florida federal court Tuesday by four homeowners who allege they were automatically charged by a subsidiary of the loan servicer for continuous unreasonable property inspections that essentially resulted in company kickbacks.

Goldman Can't Ask To Decertify $2.4B Toxic Asset Class

January 8, 2015
A New York federal judge refused Wednesday to allow Goldman Sachs to file a decertification motion before a summary judgment motion is decided in a suit accusing the company of fraudulently unloading $2.44 billion in toxic securitized debt.

Mixed Martial Arts Fighters File Class-Action Lawsuit Against Ultimate Fighting Championship Alleging Illegal Market Monopolization

December 16, 2014
Three current and former high-profile Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters filed a multi-million-dollar class-action lawsuit today against the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) organization, accusing the $2-billion outfit of illegally maintaining monopoly and monoposony power by systematically eliminating competition from rival promoters, artificially suppressing fighters’ earnings from bouts and merchandising and marketing activities through restrictive contracting and other exclusionary practices.

Berger & Montague Named to U.S. News - "Best Lawyers®" List

November 5, 2014
US News & World Report has announced that Berger & Montague, P.C. is one of its 2015 Best Law Firms. Firms included in the 2015 "Best Law Firms" list are recognized for professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients...

Berger & Montague Named "Elite Trial Lawyers"

September 29, 2014
In the September 29, 2014 edition of the National Law Journal, Berger & Montague was named in the publication's list of "Elite Trial Lawyers." See the list here and the firm's coverage here. The publication wrote: Antitrust and securities...

Ex-Inspector Accuses NA Pipeline Of Wage Violations

July 24, 2014
North American Pipeline Inspection LLC was hit with a putative class-action lawsuit in Pennsylvania federal court accusing it of violating the Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage laws by failing to pay its inspectors overtime wages.

Fluidmaster Hit With Class Action Over Exploding Pipes

July 24, 2014
Fluidmaster Inc.'s "NO-BURST" pipes don't live up to their name because of a design defect that causes the stainless steel-braided water supply lines to corrode and explode, according to a putative class action filed Thursday in Pennsylvania federal...
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