Miner Barnhill & Galland partner, Bob Libman, has been named a “Titan of the Plaintiffs Bar” by the widely-read legal website Law360 for his outstanding work on behalf of plaintiffs.
The title was awarded to “influential plaintiff’s lawyers [who] scored significant wins in 2019.” Bob is one of only ten lawyers across the nation to be recognized.
In naming Bob, Law360 highlighted his extraordinary work on behalf of eight state Attorneys General in the Average Wholesale Price Litigation, which sought to hold pharmaceutical manufacturers liable for their reporting of false and inflated Average Wholesale Prices to state Medicaid programs. Bob litigated these complex cases for 15 years achieving great success in the form of nearly $1.2 billion in settlements and judgments after trial for the firm’s state clients.
Bob joined Miner Barnhill & Galland in 2004 after more than a dozen years as a Senior Trial Attorney and Special Litigation Counsel in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. In addition to his success in the Average Wholesale Price litigation and other similar fraud and consumer protection matters, during his time at the firm, Bob has achieved other significant victories in the areas of civil rights and employment litigation.
Law360’s profile of Bob and his achievements in AWP litigation can be found here: Law360