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December 05, 2007

Milberg Weiss hit again

Milberg Weiss has been dogged by a criminal probe into allegations that the firm paid kickbacks to lead plaintiffs in major class actions. Chief Judge Walker raised this issue as a factor he considered in scotching the settlement agreement.

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