News coverage of New Jersey Health Care Lawyer Eric Katz

2019

  • November 2019: Eric D. Katz negotiates $4.34 Million settlement with major health insurer on behalf of neurosurgical practice for underpaid claims
  • November 2019: Eric D. Katz once again selected for inclusion as one of The Best Lawyers in America.
  • November 2019: Eric D. Katz once again selected for inclusion as one of New Jersey Super Lawyers.
  • November 2019: Eric D. Katz’s 2020 Edition of New Jersey Products Liability and Toxic Torts Law treatise is published.

2018

  • November 2018: Eric D. Katz once again selected for inclusion as one of The Best Lawyers in America.
  • November 2018: Eric D. Katz once again selected for inclusion as one of New Jersey Super Lawyers.
  • November 2018: Eric D. Katz’s 2018 Edition of New Jersey Products Liability and Toxic Torts Law treatise is published.
  • September 24, 2018: Eric D. Katz Victorious in the Appellate Division on behalf of Meadowlands Hospital reviving his client’s multi-million dollar attorney malpractice case against the Brach Eichler law firm
  • August 31, 2018: Eric D. Katz appointed by the Supreme Court of New Jersey to the District Ethics Committee for Hunterdon, Somerset, and Warren Counties (DEC XIII) for the term which commences on September 1, 2018, to end on August 31, 2022.
  • August 9, 2018: Eric D. Katz Victorious in the Appellate Division on behalf of Meadowlands Hospital reviving his client’s $26 million underpaid Medicaid claims case against Healthfirst

2017

  • August 9, 2018: Eric D. Katz Victorious in the Appellate Division on behalf of Meadowlands Hospital reviving his client’s $26 million underpaid Medicaid claims case against Healthfirst November 2017: Eric D. Katz once again selected for inclusion as one of The Best Lawyers in America
  • November 2017: Eric D. Katz once again selected for Inclusion in New Jersey Super Lawyers
  • November 2017: Eric D. Katz’s 2018 Edition of New Jersey Products Liability and Toxic Torts Law treatise is published.

2014

  • May 2014: Third Circuit grants Eric D. Katz’s interlocutory appeal in NJBSC v. Aetna to resolve question of whether physicians may sue a health provider based on an assignment of benefits from their patients.

2013

2012

2011