Halle Landsman focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation matters in federal and state courts, as well as arbitration proceedings, across the country. Her work includes representing clients in disputes involving ERISA, breach of contract, and common-law theories.
Prior to joining the Firm, Halle was a law clerk to the Hon. Frederic Block of the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York and to the Hon. Robert A. Richardson of the US District Court for the District of Connecticut.
Obtained complete victory on behalf of a leading health insurer against multiple hospitals alleging improper reimbursement of certain out-of-network emergency services claims; successfully narrowed the hospitals’ causes of actions through multiple rounds of motions to dismiss and defeated the hospitals’ remaining statutory claim at summary judgment on the eve of an anticipated two-week federal jury trial in the Southern District of Florida.
Representing a leading health insurer against a group of New Jersey chiropractors in the District of New Jersey alleging violations of ERISA; successfully narrowed the plaintiffs’ causes of action and won dismissal of the associational plaintiff through multiple rounds of motions to dismiss.
Representing a leading health insurer against hospitals alleging improper reimbursement of certain out-of-network emergency claims implicating both Affordable Care Act and ERISA plans in Tennessee federal court.
Representing a major medical treatment and software maker in an arbitration proceeding in which plaintiff brings breach of contract and fraudulent inducement claims.
Represented a leading health insurer in lawsuit against large for-profit health system for the health systems’ misrepresentations and breach of contract; after four week arbitration and post-hearing briefing, case settled favorably in a global resolution of other disputes and open business issues.
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