A new $15 million lawsuit sheds more light on last year’s name change of prominent class action law firm Milberg.

In a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit filed Wednesday, a convicted former partner alleges the deal—in which Milberg attorneys began to practice under the Milberg Tadler Phillips Grossman name—was part of a “fraudulent scheme” to evade Milberg’s creditors, including the former partner.

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