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Boies, Schiller & Flexner Commences Trial to Enforce Federal Medicaid Rights for Children
Date:12/7/2009

ial in the case, Florida Pediatric Society v Thomas W. Arnold, AHCA Secretary, began in November 2005 when BS&F filed suit on behalf of a number of eligible children and the Florida Pediatric Society and the Florida Academy of Pediatric Dentists. Since that time, plaintiffs have prevailed on a variety of motions, including motions to dismiss and for summary judgment filed by state officials. The court certified the case as a class action on behalf of Florida children eligible for Medicaid on September 30, 2009. That includes approximately 1.4 million children currently enrolled in Medicaid and several hundred thousand more children eligible for Medicaid. Most recently, on December 1, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit denied the State defendants' motion to accept an emergency appeal and postpone the trial.

The Firm's Ft. Lauderdale-based trial team, in addition to Stuart Singer, includes co-lead counsel Carl Goldfarb, Sashi Boruchow, Lauren Louis, Susan Klock and Paul Verkuil from the Firm's NYC office. James Eiseman Jr. of the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia is co-counsel.

BS&F, based in New York City, has grown to over 230 lawyers practicing in offices strategically located throughout the U.S. The Firm has tried over 350 cases before juries and judges in federal and state courts and regularly serves as lead counsel on complex, high profile global matters. In addition, the Firm has a fast-growing corporate practice. For more information about BS&F, please visit www.bsfllp.com.

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