Plaintiffs lawyers involved in the recent antitrust settlement involving the nation’s largest bar review courses, BAR/BRI, are expected to receive more than $12 million in attorney fees — but they might have to share.

Eliot Disner, the lawyer who initiated the case but was fired from McGuireWoods after filing briefs on behalf of class members who objected to the $49 million settlement, is expected to receive a part of the $12 million.

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