Frazier's leadership, strategy and decision-making fostered the global settlement that ended the massive Vioxx litigation
A class-action suit alleging Aetna and other insurers shortchanged health-care providers and patients on reimbursements is on a path to a final settlement worth $120 million
New Jersey Law Journal
...for a report on negotiation progress, according to Christopher Seeger of Seeger Weiss, who is co-lead counsel for the plaintiffs. Having...
...because complete diversity would be lacking. Christopher Seeger of Seeger Weiss in Newark, who represents all the state court plaintiffs, opposed J...
Two weeks after the judge in charge of nearly 8,000 suits over the acne medication Accutane spurned Hoffmann-La Roche's attempt to remove her, the drug maker is escalating its efforts
Hoffmann-La Roche has lost its latest attempt to get Atlantic County Superior Court Judge Carol Higbee, who manages all Accutane litigation in New Jersey, off the case
...panel along with the Accutane plaintiffs' lead counsel, David Buchanan of Seeger Weiss in Newark, during which she "directly addressed this litigation and...
Aetna Inc. agrees to a $120 million settlement of claims that its reliance on the database led to low reimbursements for procedures performed by out-of-network providers
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