Michael M. Maddigan
In court, Mike Maddigan is tough — but also practical and solution-oriented. Over the years, Mike has led teams that successfully defended clients against claims totaling billions of dollars. He has negotiated creative and innovative settlements to avoid and resolve litigation. By using the right tool at the right time, Mike helps clients solve problems and address risks in ways that accomplish their business objectives.
An experienced and accomplished litigator, Mike leads the Los Angeles office Litigation Practice Group. He has been at the forefront of significant commercial and class action litigation involving breach of contract, the False Claims Act (FCA), privacy and data breaches, insurance, and antitrust for established and emerging companies across the healthcare, insurance, and technology industries.
Mike is a thought leader in the healthcare and privacy areas. He is the co-author of Health Care Reform: Law and Practice, a publication that provides guidance on the Affordable Care Act's impact on health plans, employers, and individuals. He is also co-author and editor of Medical Records Privacy Under HIPAA. Mike speaks and writes regularly on professional issues including the FCA, emerging issues in privacy law, and new developments in insurance and antitrust law.
Mike has been recognized by a variety of industry publications, including The Legal 500 2015 (advice to insurers) and 2014 (healthcare; health service providers).
Mike is also active in the Los Angeles legal community. He served as president of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers, and is a member of the board of directors of the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, and the board of governors of the Inner City Law Center.
Areas of Focus
Represented large health insurer in class action litigation asserting privacy and negligence related claims arising out of a cyber-attack.
Represented healthcare company in breach of contract action seeking damages in excess of US$100m.
Represented large public university in internal investigation and regulatory issues related to cyber-attack.
Represented leading insurer in bad faith action based on allegedly improper handling of construction defect claims.
Represented large managed care company in civil false claims suit. Obtained dismissal of relator's claims without leave to amend.
Represented health insurer in qui tam action filed under False Claims Act. Obtained dismissal of claims.
Represented large health insurer in multimillion-dollar payment dispute with hospital system.
Advised companies in several industries on regulatory, litigation, and compliance issues related to data privacy incidents and policies.
Represented leading insurance company in coverage and bad-faith litigation involving alleged asbestos and environmental liabilities.*
Representing one of the nation's largest health insurers in a purported nationwide RICO class action challenging the company's medical policy.*
Representing Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in antitrust claims against Intel, resulting in US$1.25B settlement for AMD.*
Representing Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in antitrust claims against Intel, resulting in US$1.25bn settlement for AMD.*
*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.
Healthcare: Health Service Providers
Legal 500 U.S.
Health Care, Class Action/Mass Torts, Insurance Coverage, 2004, 2009-2014