150 Years of Collective Experience
With a reputation for excellence in advocacy, BCH has been proud to represent clients across a broad spectrum of cases. This includes multiple key partnerships with Attorneys General as well as unions. Our attorneys have provided representation for states and unions against corporate malfeasance.
Standing with Attorneys General Against Corporate Malfeasance
Our history includes representing states to recover consumer protection penalties resulting from unlawful marketing practices and other illegal activities by large pharmaceutical manufacturers. Our trial attorneys have successfully worked on behalf of our clients to achieve justice and recovery of healthcare expenses paid by the states in cases of illegal marketing and other wrongful practices by drug companies and other corporations.
Representing Unions & Third Parties
Our firm has also represented other institutions such as private third party payors and unions in cases concerning corporate greed and misrepresentations. We played an important part in the national litigation that involved drug companies’ misrepresentations about the safety of drugs paid for by state Medicaid programs.
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Why Choose BCH?
It makes economic sense to choose a firm that already knows the “ins and outs” of a case, rather than waiting for another firm to research and prepare. We’ve already done that legwork. As such, there are many reasons why working with our firm is beneficial for these clients:
- We are able to save our clients time and money by working with multiple states in handling similar cases.
- We are able to identify and utilize knowledgeable, effective, respected, and well-researched expert witnesses.
- We are able to provide the benefit of our experience, knowledge, and familiarity with these cases for other states.
Contact BCH for More Information
Our firm has passionate and qualified teams of legal professionals and attorneys, and we are confident in our ability to serve our clients with excellence. For more information about our history of state representation, please call our office at (888) 367-7160.