Insurers File Motion to Dismiss Government's Medicare Reimbursement and Double Damages Claims from $300 Million Settlement

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On June 10, 2010, Defendant liability insurers for global manufacturing company Solutia, Inc. filed their Reply Brief in support of a motion to dismiss two counts in the complaint filed by the federal government in United States v. James Stricker, et al., Case No.CV-09-02423-KOB (“Stricker”).

The Reply is the latest in a multitude of briefings filed with the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama in the Stricker litigation, which arises from the government’s complaint to recover Medicare conditional payments that were made to approximately 907 Medicare beneficiaries involved in a $300 million class action liability settlement (the “Abernathy Settlement”).

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