A trial over whether Graubard Miller is entitled to a $42 million contingency fee from the estate of the widow of a real estate tycoon is set to begin today in Manhattan.

The trial, before Howard Levine, the former New York Court of Appeals judge serving as referee for Acting Manhattan Surrogate Troy Webber, will be the latest phase of a four-year litigation between the firm and its former longtime client, Alice Lawrence.

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