Bloomberg Law
Nov. 30, 2020, 11:46 PM

Jay-Z-Backed Centene Investor Ends Bid for Prison Medical Files

Mike Leonard
Mike Leonard
Legal Reporter

A Centene Corp. investor backed by hip-hop mogul Jay-Z on Monday dropped her Delaware lawsuit seeking corporate records to investigate claims that the company’s Centurion unit “profits off of the brutality of the prison system” by providing substandard medical care for inmates.

The joint stipulation disclosing the move—filed in Delaware Chancery Court by Centene and the plaintiff, a former employee—didn’t offer an explanation. But the dismissal with prejudice may reflect an agreement with the company to turn over some files. Records plaintiffs often drop their cases under similar circumstances.

Alex Spiro of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP, an attorney ...

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