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Glenn Solomon specializes in commercial and government managed care, complex business litigation, arbitration, mediation, class action, investigations, and other dispute resolution matters. As a partner in our Healthcare practice, his diverse clientele includes prominent hospitals and health systems, medical groups, independent physician associations, management services organizations, and other health care providers and entities. On behalf of providers, he has both resolved significant disputes with health plans and negotiated high-profile contracts with them, as well as solved disagreements with other providers.

Glenn’s expertise allows him to break down complex disputes to identify and achieve the best options for his clients, whether that be through litigation, arbitration, mediation, or resolved through contractual negotiation. His clients have recovered combined awards and settlements totaling over several hundred million dollars on the plaintiffs’ side; and have successfully avoided alleged financial exposures of similar figures on the defendants’ side.

Over the course of his career, Glenn has litigated, arbitrated, mediated and resolved disputes involving managed care, contracting, management services, class actions, internal and external investigations, fraud and abuse, business relations, reimbursement, trade secrets, misappropriation, real estate, employment, and discrimination. His broad health industry experience involves dealings with health plans, insurance companies, ERISA plans, self-funded plans, qui tam relators, employees, other providers and the government. Glenn’s versatile background has allowed him to be a court-designated expert witness.

Glenn also has experience representing clients in other industries such as telecommunications, accounting, retail, and banking.

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Credentials

J.D., Harvard Law School, cum laude

B.A., University of California, Berkeley, high honors

California

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California

American Bar Association, Health Law and Litigation Sections

American Health Lawyers Association

California Bar Association, Litigation Section

California Society of Healthcare Attorneys

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Board of Governors, Executive Committee

Healthcare Financial Management Association

Los Angeles County Bar Association, Health Care and Litigation Sections

The Maple Counseling Center, Board of Directors, Executive-Finance-Budget Committees

English

Martindale-Hubbell


AV Rated

Southern California Super Lawyer


2013-2018

Best Lawyers


2014-2019

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Recognition

Martindale-Hubbell


AV Rated

Southern California Super Lawyer


2013-2018

Best Lawyers


2014-2019

Matters

Represented California Hospital AssociationCalifornia Medical Association, and a plaintiff class of California hospitals against Blue Cross regarding post-claims underwriting; court-approved settlement pool of $11.8 million for the benefit of all California hospitals that were affected by Blue Cross’s rescissions of patient policies.

Represented plaintiff's class of California Ambulatory Surgery Centers against United Healthcare, Ingenix (now Optum) and dozens of self-funded plans regarding out-of-network payments; class settlement reached for $9.5 million for the benefit of California ASCs.

Represented Children's Hospital Central California against Blue Cross of California in which appeals court held that the parties can present to the jury ona variety of evidence, includingthe hospital's charges, contracted rates and government rates, but not the costs to render the services at issue.

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Represented California Hospital AssociationCalifornia Medical Association, and a plaintiff class of California hospitals against Blue Cross regarding post-claims underwriting; court-approved settlement pool of $11.8 million for the benefit of all California hospitals that were affected by Blue Cross’s rescissions of patient policies.

Represented plaintiff's class of California Ambulatory Surgery Centers against United Healthcare, Ingenix (now Optum) and dozens of self-funded plans regarding out-of-network payments; class settlement reached for $9.5 million for the benefit of California ASCs.

Represented Children's Hospital Central California against Blue Cross of California in which appeals court held that the parties can present to the jury ona variety of evidence, includingthe hospital's charges, contracted rates and government rates, but not the costs to render the services at issue.

Jury verdict for Children's Hospital Central California determining plan was liable at 100% of charges for post-stabilization services rendered by hospital when plan failed to transfer Medi-Cal managed care beneficiaries to alternative providers; jury rejected plan's argument that hospital had not received authorization or been deemed authored.

Represented California Hospital Association, plus a national dialysis provider and a putative class of ambulatory surgery centers nationwide, in obtaining court order that national class action settlement agreement regarding United’s reimbursement practices to non-contracted physicians doesn’t bar facilities from pursuing underpayment claims for facility services.

Represented C/HCA, Inc. in federal court to obtain preliminary injunction against Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield of Utah from marketing the hospitals as being in-network providers for new tiered network product that was not contemplated by the parties’ contract.

Represented Coast Plaza Doctors Hosp. against an Anthem Blue plan in appeals court decision that providers aren’t preempted from pursuing direct state law claims against non-self-funded ERISA health plans and can sue such plans, rather than as assignees of the patient’s ERISA benefits.

Represented Mount Diablo Medical Center in successful defeat of Health Net of California's motion to compel arbitration where dispute also involved the health plan's entity who was not subject to arbitration in multiparty capitation network dispute.

Represented prominent psychiatric hospitals in complex negotiations with the city of Los Angeles for a pre-filing settlement and stipulated judgment to resolve allegations of improper psychiatric patient discharges and then develop patient safety standards with the city for wider use as part of a year-long collaborative task force.

Represented a number of prominent non-profit hospitals in class action defense against uninsured patients challenging various charges and billing practices.

In addition to these and other public court matters, Mr. Solomon often resolves matters outside the court system, through settlement negotiations, mediations and arbitrations for providers throughout the country. Over the course of his career he has worked on matters collectively generating several hundred million dollars for his provider clients in additional revenue from underpayments and avoided recoupment of similar amounts in alleged overpayments.

Matters

Represented California Hospital AssociationCalifornia Medical Association, and a plaintiff class of California hospitals against Blue Cross regarding post-claims underwriting; court-approved settlement pool of $11.8 million for the benefit of all California hospitals that were affected by Blue Cross’s rescissions of patient policies.

Represented plaintiff's class of California Ambulatory Surgery Centers against United Healthcare, Ingenix (now Optum) and dozens of self-funded plans regarding out-of-network payments; class settlement reached for $9.5 million for the benefit of California ASCs.

Represented Children's Hospital Central California against Blue Cross of California in which appeals court held that the parties can present to the jury ona variety of evidence, includingthe hospital's charges, contracted rates and government rates, but not the costs to render the services at issue.

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Matters

Represented California Hospital AssociationCalifornia Medical Association, and a plaintiff class of California hospitals against Blue Cross regarding post-claims underwriting; court-approved settlement pool of $11.8 million for the benefit of all California hospitals that were affected by Blue Cross’s rescissions of patient policies.

Represented plaintiff's class of California Ambulatory Surgery Centers against United Healthcare, Ingenix (now Optum) and dozens of self-funded plans regarding out-of-network payments; class settlement reached for $9.5 million for the benefit of California ASCs.

Represented Children's Hospital Central California against Blue Cross of California in which appeals court held that the parties can present to the jury ona variety of evidence, includingthe hospital's charges, contracted rates and government rates, but not the costs to render the services at issue.

Jury verdict for Children's Hospital Central California determining plan was liable at 100% of charges for post-stabilization services rendered by hospital when plan failed to transfer Medi-Cal managed care beneficiaries to alternative providers; jury rejected plan's argument that hospital had not received authorization or been deemed authored.

Represented California Hospital Association, plus a national dialysis provider and a putative class of ambulatory surgery centers nationwide, in obtaining court order that national class action settlement agreement regarding United’s reimbursement practices to non-contracted physicians doesn’t bar facilities from pursuing underpayment claims for facility services.

Represented C/HCA, Inc. in federal court to obtain preliminary injunction against Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield of Utah from marketing the hospitals as being in-network providers for new tiered network product that was not contemplated by the parties’ contract.

Represented Coast Plaza Doctors Hosp. against an Anthem Blue plan in appeals court decision that providers aren’t preempted from pursuing direct state law claims against non-self-funded ERISA health plans and can sue such plans, rather than as assignees of the patient’s ERISA benefits.

Represented Mount Diablo Medical Center in successful defeat of Health Net of California's motion to compel arbitration where dispute also involved the health plan's entity who was not subject to arbitration in multiparty capitation network dispute.

Represented prominent psychiatric hospitals in complex negotiations with the city of Los Angeles for a pre-filing settlement and stipulated judgment to resolve allegations of improper psychiatric patient discharges and then develop patient safety standards with the city for wider use as part of a year-long collaborative task force.

Represented a number of prominent non-profit hospitals in class action defense against uninsured patients challenging various charges and billing practices.

In addition to these and other public court matters, Mr. Solomon often resolves matters outside the court system, through settlement negotiations, mediations and arbitrations for providers throughout the country. Over the course of his career he has worked on matters collectively generating several hundred million dollars for his provider clients in additional revenue from underpayments and avoided recoupment of similar amounts in alleged overpayments.

Credentials

J.D., Harvard Law School, cum laude

B.A., University of California, Berkeley, high honors

California

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California

American Bar Association, Health Law and Litigation Sections

American Health Lawyers Association

California Bar Association, Litigation Section

California Society of Healthcare Attorneys

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Board of Governors, Executive Committee

Healthcare Financial Management Association

Los Angeles County Bar Association, Health Care and Litigation Sections

The Maple Counseling Center, Board of Directors, Executive-Finance-Budget Committees

English

Martindale-Hubbell


AV Rated

Southern California Super Lawyer


2013-2018

Best Lawyers


2014-2019

Icon close

Close

Recognition

Martindale-Hubbell


AV Rated

Southern California Super Lawyer


2013-2018

Best Lawyers


2014-2019