Partners Stuart Singer and Carl Goldfarb received media attention after reaching a settlement that will improve access to medical and dental care for more than two million children covered by Florida’s Medicaid program. The New York Times and other publications noted that lawyers based in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office have spent tens of thousands of hours on the case over the past decade, much of it pro bono. The settlement will bring the state’s Medicaid benefits for children in line with national norms.
NEW YORK TIMES: Florida Agrees to Improve Poor Children’s Access to Health Care, Settling Suit
LAW360: Fla. Settles 10-Year Suit over Children’s Medicaid Care (subscription)