Milberg Weiss has filed a pre-trial motion to chip away at the $251 million in criminal forfeiture being sought by federal prosecutors in the government’s kickback case against the New York firm.

Prosecutors allege that Milberg Weiss, now known as Milberg, along with seven of its partners, obtained $251 million in attorney fees through illegal payments to name plaintiffs.

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