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On Saturday at midnight, Irving Picard, liquidating trustee for Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities, can finally rest after a whirlwind two weeks of frantic civil suits filed to recover money for investors before the two-year statute of limitations runs out.

The Baker & Hostetler bankruptcy and restructuring partner has spent the past two years scouring the globe for litigation targets. Since mid-November, Picard and a phalanx of lawyers from the firm have been working overtime to file claims and settle scores with those who either profited from Madoff’s massive $65 billion fraud or failed to stop it. (The firm’s legal tab for its efforts neared $100 million in September.)

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