Attorney Burt Neuborne will receive $3.1 million in fees for representing Holocaust victims in litigation that resulted in a $1.25 billion settlement with Swiss banks. A New York federal judge said Thursday that Neuborne deserved the payout for work he did as lead settlement counsel in rendering post-settlement services beginning in January 1999. Neuborne's previous work on behalf of those who claimed that the Swiss banks collaborated with the Nazis had been pro bono.
Court Approves $3.1 Million Fee for Attorney in Holocaust Case
New York Law Journal
December 7, 2007
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