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Greenberg Traurig Prevails in $6.4 Million Health Care Billing Technology Case

A Dallas judge on Wednesday ordered two local companies and its owner to pay Austin-based Growtheorem $6.4 million for wrongfully cutting the consulting company out of a deal that caused it to lose out on commissions it claimed the defendants had promised it.

The final judgment follows a March 19 jury verdict in favor of Growtheorem and its team of lawyers from Greenberg Traurig. In Wednesday’s hearing, state District Judge Eric Moyé also denied the defendants’ motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict.


“Companies can come and go, but the owner who is in charge and the mastermind and the reason for the whole litigation was ultimately liable, and the jury found the evidence to agree with that,” said Bina Palnitkar, an associate in Greenberg Traurig’s Dallas office who led the trial for Growtheorem.

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