Legal briefs/ Judge refuses to name Oxford class-action suit

Strempel, Dan
March 2003
Fairfield County Business Journal;3/24/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p2
Reports that a Florida court has denied to a motion to add Oxford Health Plans Inc. as defendant in a class action litigation brought by physicians against managed care companies. Facts of the case; Reasons for the court's decision.


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