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26 Companies Can't Wade Into Blue Cross Antitrust Suit

Law360, New York (August 25, 2016, 7:46 PM EDT) -- Twenty-six self-insured companies that got the Sixth Circuit to vacate a $30 million settlement resolving class action antitrust claims against Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan cannot intervene as the matter proceeds on remand, a federal judge held Thursday, saying the litigation wasn’t remanded to reconsider a previously denied intervention request.

The companies, all of which had their health care claims administered by BCBS Michigan, had objected to the process under which the previous proposed settlement was reached, pointing out that hundreds of documents had been...
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