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Del. Class Slams UnitedHealth's Appeal On Books Access

Law360 (June 19, 2018, 9:55 PM EDT) -- Class attorneys accused UnitedHealth Group on Tuesday of “manufacturing” an appellate legal dispute and raising issues before the Delaware Supreme Court that were never argued in its failed Chancery Court challenge to a books and records demand targeting Medicare overbilling allegations.

UnitedHealth Group stockholders, including Amalgamated Bank and the Central Laborers Pension Fund, fought off lower-court opposition in February with arguments based in part on documents already found by the class, along with sworn testimony and statements by company managers.

Vice Chancellor Tamika Montgomery-Reeves ruled that...
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