Suture and Endomechanical Settlement
IMPORTANT UPDATE: SETTLEMENT PROCEEDS FROM THIS SETTLEMENT HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE CONTACT MCAG IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR SETTLEMENT CHECK.
The Suture and Endomechanical Products Settlement, with a fund of $2.4 million, is a putative class action lawsuit alleging that Cardinal Health and Owens & Minor each engaged in certain business practices that illegally excluded competitors from the marketplace through the use of exclusionary bundled contracts, resulting in artificially high prices for the distribution of suture and/or endomechanical products.
You are an eligible Settlement Class Member if you:
- Are an acute care provider in the United States or its territories;
- Purchased sutures and/or endomechanical product distribution services between, 2008 and August 20, 2015; and
- Those purchases were directly from Cardinal Health and/or Owens & Minor or their parents, divisions, subsidiaries, predecessors, or affiliates.
Eligible purchases include those of sutures and/or endomechanical product distribution services from Cardinal Health 200, LLC and/or Owens & Minor Distribution, Inc., or any of Defendants’ parents, divisions, subsidiaries, predecessors, or affiliates during the period from December 18, 2008 through August 20, 2015.
If you are interested in MCAG pursuing a claim to this settlement on your behalf, please contact one of our representatives at 800-355-0466 to ensure a claim is submitted on your behalf prior to the August 29, 2016 deadline. There are no upfront fees for this service. MCAG aligns its incentives with yours and charges a percentage of any recoveries obtained on your behalf. Services include all the data analysis necessary to determine eligibility, document preparation, claims filing, recovery and reconciliation for enrolled customers. If no money is recovered for your organization from the Settlement(s), then MCAG will not charge or retain a fee.
MCAG is not the Settlement/Class Administrator, and this is not the official settlement website.