A.F. et al v. Providence Health Plan
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|March 24, 2016
Opinion and Order - Plaintiffs' Motion to Compel (Dkt. 134 ) is GRANTED IN PART, as described on pages 26-30 of this Opinion and Order. Signed on 3/24/2016 by Judge Michael H. Simon. (mja)
|January 7, 2016
Opinion and Order - Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment (Dkt. 105 ) is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART, and Providence's motion to dismiss (Dkt. 111 ) is DENIED. Signed on 1/7/2016 by Judge Michael H. Simon. (mja)
|August 8, 2014
Opinion and Order - Plaintiffs' motion for partial summary judgment (Dkt. 59 ) is GRANTED, and Defendant's cross motion (Dkt. 67 ) is DENIED. Signed on 8/8/2014 by Judge Michael H. Simon. (mja)
|December 24, 2013
Opinion and Order - The Court finds that Plaintiffs have satisfied all of the requirements of Rule 23(a) and Rule 23(b)(2). Accordingly, the Court GRANTS Plaintiffs' Motion to Certify the injunctive 101 Class 36 . The class claim to be decided is whether Providence is violating ERISA or Oregon law by denying members coverage under the Developmental Disability Exclusion for ABA therapy services. The Court appoints Plaintiffs as class representatives, Stoll Stoll Berne Lokting & Shlacheter and Keith Dubanevich as lead class counsel, and Megan Glor as co-class counsel. The class is further defined in this Opinion and Order. Signed on 12/24/2013 by Judge Michael H. Simon. (mja)
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