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Antitrust – Civil Practice – Standing – Health Insurance – Hospital Contracts – ‘Anti-Steering’ Provisions – Class Action (access required)

DiCesare v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority (Lawyers Weekly No. 020-041-17, 47 pp.) (Michael Robinson, J.) 2017 NCBC 32 Holding: Plaintiffs are insured under policies provided by two of the four major insurance companies in the Charlotte area. As such, plaintiffs have standing to bring antitrust claims based on “anti-steering” provisions that defendant – the largest hospital in ...

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