How, class action lawyers wondered for decades, did the firm now known as Milberg Weiss Bershad & Schulman consistently beat its competitors in the race to find lead plaintiffs in securities suits?

If you believe L.A. federal prosecutors, the firm’s secret — which let Milberg get lucrative lead counsel status in scores of cases — resided in the bowels of name partner David Bershad’s New York office.

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