The Everett Clinic, PLLC v. Premera and Premerafirst, Inc

Year: 2023
Court: Washington Supreme Court
Case Number: 101683-2

In its amicus brief, United Policyholders takes a pro-consumer and pro-insurer position in the context of Washington’s longstanding public policy commitment to price competition in the healthcare marketplace. UP’s brief urges the Court to interpret a disputed agreement in a way that fosters competition and protects against the monopolistic pricing of services in a healthcare marketplace increasingly dominated by healthcare conglomerates.

Philip Talmadge of Talmadge Fitzpatrick; Benjamin Lantz and Nathan Nanfelt of Keller Rohrback


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Date: July 17, 2024