Ms. Bronson primarily focuses her practice in complex commercial litigation in the healthcare industry and represents clients in wide-ranging litigations involving Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Statutes, ERISA, Medicare, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, RICO, and other claims impacting the managed-care industry. Ms. Bronson also has extensive experience handling bankruptcy litigation, derivatives litigation, as well as products liability actions.
Representative litigations include a nationwide class-action lawsuit in which a class of approximately 500,000 physicians alleged that the nation's largest managed care organizations had violated, among other things, RICO, ERISA and state prompt pay statutes, by improperly reimbursing physicians for services rendered to patients who members of the managed care organizations; and a major arbitration proceeding involving breach of contract and fiduciary duty allegations brought by a physician-owned HMO that contracted with a national payor for administrative and operational service.
Ms. Bronson is a member of DLA Piper’s North American Pro Bono Committee.
- Chambers USA
- Band 4, Florida Healthcare (2023)
- Quoted, "'Awful Impact': The Long-Lasting Effects of COVID-19 on the Practice of Law," Law.com, December 7, 2020
- Mentioned, "Pro Bono: Ardith Bronson Has a Seemingly Boundless Appetite for Volunteer Work," Law.com, December 07, 2020
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