Grabar Law Office acts as a discovery team leader in class action filed on behalf of Blue Cross and Blue Shield subscribers in several states who purchased individual and small group full-service commercial health insurance. Plaintiffs seek to enjoin the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association and its Blue Cross and Blue Shield licensees (collectively “Defendants”) from engaging in a continuing conspiracy in violation of the Sherman Act. The case alleges, since at least 2008 through the present, the Defendants have engaged in an anticompetitive conspiracy to establish and maintain monopoly power in thirty-eight states through market allocation agreements. These market allocation agreements are implemented through licensing agreements between the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association and individual Blue Cross and Blue Shield licensees. The action also seeks to recover damages suffered by subscribers from inflated premiums that have been charged to them as a result of the conspiracy.