The fee dispute between Burt Neuborne and the Holocaust survivors he has represented for more than a decade continues, despite the urging of a federal magistrate judge for a truce.

In papers filed in the Eastern District of New York last week, Neuborne said he would accept Magistrate Judge James Orenstein’s recommendation that he receive $3 million, provided the U.S. Holocaust survivors who oppose his fee request also agree to the magistrate judge’s terms.

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