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Anderson T. Bailey
Partner

Contact

(T) +1.412.394.7250
(F) +1.412.394.7959

Education

  • New York University (J.D. 2006); Swarthmore College (B.A. cum laude 1999)

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania, Supreme Court of the United States, U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Third and Sixth Circuits, and U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania

Clerkships

  • Law Clerk to the Honorable Kim R. Gibson, U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania (2006-2007)

With a practice focused on health care, education, and internal corporate investigations, Anderson Bailey has developed substantial experience over the last decade litigating sophisticated and complex civil cases. Recent engagements include the successful arbitration of breach-of-contract claims against a health insurer that resulted in the recovery of $188 million in unpaid hospital reimbursements, the defense of multibillion dollar claims under the False Claims Act, and the defense of fraud allegations against a public company's board of directors that were dismissed in their entirety. Anderson also has recently helped secure favorable results for clients facing antitrust claims in both the health care and automotive industries.

Anderson's experience as a general litigator includes acting as lead counsel with primary responsibility for discovery, dispositive motion practice, settlement negotiation, and appeals. He has successfully briefed and argued dispositive motions and upheld favorable judgments on appeal. On larger case teams, Anderson is typically engaged with developing case strategy and coordinating motion practice and briefing efforts.

Anderson also maintains an active pro bono practice. He has led cases seeking post-conviction access to DNA testing. He briefed and argued a successful challenge on novel due process grounds to Pennsylvania's procedures for accessing such testing. On behalf of another client who has spent 40 years in prison, Anderson recently obtained post-conviction DNA testing and is now seeking a new trial based on the results. In another civil rights case, he also recently negotiated a settlement valued at $2 million for a client alleging abuse by prison staff.


Anderson Bailey