The Network Associates stock-drop class action pending in San Francisco has already been marked by two influential California plaintiffs firms trading charges of criminal acts and unethical behavior in their fight for control of the lucrative litigation.

Even by the “no permanent friends, no permanent enemies” standards of securities litigation, the feud between Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach and Los Angeles’ Weiss & Yourman is particularly nasty and noteworthy, especially given the fact that neither, in the end, will apparently win the derby to run In re Network Associates Inc., 99-1729.

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