Joshua (Josh) Simon focuses his practice on litigation with a particular focus on the healthcare industry. He has litigated complex litigation matters in state and federal courts across the country and also represents his clients in arbitrations and regulatory proceedings.
Josh’s most recent work has been focused on ERISA, antitrust, RICO, and regulatory disputes related to the health insurance industry. He regularly acts as lead counsel in cases regarding claims payment, fraudulent billing by healthcare providers, competition among healthcare providers, provider contracting, and medical necessity coverage determinations. Josh has particular experience representing his clients in class action litigation related to these topics.
Josh also represents small and large companies in other industries, including technology, telecommunications, manufacturing, and securities. He has litigated a broad array of cases for clients in these industries, including contract cases and cases arising under the telecommunications, securities, and antitrust laws.
Represented a leading health insurer in a series of putative class actions alleging ERISA, RICO, and antitrust violations based on the health insurer’s payment practices, as well as related investigations by state regulators*
Represented a leading health insurer in a series of antitrust cases alleging that client conspired with other health insurers to drive certain healthcare providers from the market*
Represented a leading health insurer in a series of putative class actions alleging improper calculation of member cost sharing and deductibles*
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