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March 18, 2024 |

Opioid Judge Rejects DQ Motion, But Cautions Motley Rice: 'The Court Frowns'

U.S. District Judge Dan Polster on Monday declined to disqualify Motley Rice from dozens of opioid cases, but said he was "very uncomfortable" with its government client arrangements.
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March 15, 2024 |

Another Defendant Says Motley Rice Should Be Disqualified From Opioid Litigation

Express Scripts Inc., a pharmacy benefit manager facing upcoming bellwether trials over the opioid crisis, filed a March 13 brief referencing a subpoena that Motley Rice member Linda Singer sent to the company on behalf of the city of Chicago.
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March 11, 2024 |

Motley Rice Cites ABA Ethics Opinion in Opioid Disqualification Duel

The disqualification motion comes as U.S. District Judge Dan Polster, who is overseeing the opioid multidistrict litigation, has lined up four bellwether trials against OptumRx and another pharmacy benefit manager, Express Scripts.
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March 01, 2024 | The Recorder

On the Move: Tracking the Ins and Outs of California Lawyers

New hires, promotions and awards from across the California legal market.
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Law Journal Press | Digital Book New York Attorney Discipline: Practice and Procedure 2024 Authors: Hal R. Lieberman, J. Richard Supple, Jr., Harvey Prager View this Book

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February 27, 2024 |

Opioid Judge Has Concerns About Motley Rice: 'I Can't Understand Why You Don't See That'

U.S. District Judge Dan Polster, who is weighing a disqualification motion in the opioid multidistrict litigation, raised concerns this month about Motley Rice obtaining confidential information while representing the state of Hawaii, the District of Columbia and the city of Chicago in other cases.
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February 06, 2024 |

SIU Law School Looks at Name Change With $10M Donation

In honor of the generosity of John and Jayne Simmons, the law school will be named Simmons Law School, pending approval from the SIU Board of Trustees in April.
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October 10, 2023 |

Opioid Special Master Who Hit 'Reply All' Protected by Judicial Deliberative Privilege, Judge Rules

In a Tuesday ruling, U.S. District Judge Dan Polster found that David Cohen, the special master in the opioid multidistrict litigation, should not be disqualified because he was protected under the judicial deliberative privilege.
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September 29, 2023 |

Plaintiffs Lawyers Oppose Opioid Special Master DQ: 'Email Shows the Opposite of Bias'

Lead plaintiffs lawyers opposed a motion to disqualify David Cohen, the special master in the opioid multidistrict litigation, insisting that an email he inadvertently sent to lawyers in the case showed no evidence of bias.
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