Federal prosecutors who indicted Milberg Weiss Bershad & Schulman last month are in talks with a Denver lawyer whose testimony could sharpen the investigation's focus toward Melvyn Weiss, according to sources familiar with the probe. At issue is a 2003 meeting between a senior partner at the firm -- thought to be Weiss -- and the Denver lawyer, at which the two agreed that a percentage of attorney fees in two cases would go to an individual who was serving as a plaintiff for the firm.
Denver Lawyer Could Sharpen Focus on Weiss in Milberg Probe
The National Law Journal
June 20, 2006
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