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State ex rel. Health Choice Group, LLC v. Bayer Corp.
Publication Date: 2024-03-11
Practice Area: Health Care Law
Industry: Pharmaceuticals
Court: Appellate Division
Judge: Judge Gilson
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: Radu A. Lelutiu (McKool Smith PC) of the New York bar, admitted pro hac vice, and Ruby Khallouf (Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor, LLC, Radu A. Lelutiu, W. Mark Lanier (The Lanier Law Firm) of the Texas bar, admitted pro hac vice, Zeke DeRose III (The Lanier Law Firm) of the Texas bar, admitted pro hac vice, and Eric B. Halper (McKool Smith PC) of the New York bar, admitted pro hac vice, attorneys; Brian Russell Tipton, Ruby Khallouf, W. Mark Lanier, Zeke DeRose III, Eric B. Halper, and Radu A. Lelutiu, of counsel and on the briefs)
For defendant: Lawrence S. Lustberg (Gibbons PC), Matthew J. O’Connor (Covington & Burling LLP) of the District of Columbia and Massachusetts bars, admitted pro hac vice, Matthew F. Dunn (Covington & Burling LLP) of the District of Columbia and Maryland bars, admitted pro hac vice, and Kristin M. Cobb (Covington & Burling LLP) of the District of Columbia and Virginia bars, admitted pro hac vice, attorneys; Lawrence S. Lustberg, Matthew J. O'Connor, Matthew F. Dunn, and Kristin M. Cobb, of counsel and on the brief). Allon Kedem (Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP) of the District of Columbia and New York bars, admitted pro hac vice (Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, Michael A. Rogoff (Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP) of the New York bar, admitted pro hac vice, Sara L. Shudofsky (Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP) of the New York bar, admitted pro hac vice, and Debra E. Schreck, attorneys; Jeffrey S. Jacobson, Michael Charles Zogby, Michael A. Rogoff, Sara L. Shudofsky, and Debra E. Schreck, of counsel and on the brief)
Case number: A-2731-20 & A-2733-20

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