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Bernstein Liebhard spends plenty of time at trial, but it helped strike some of the highest-profile settlements of 2012.

After making news in 2011 with a $100 million settlement for investors against Tremont Group Holdings Inc., the biggest feeder fund into Bernie Madoff’s scheme before the fall, in November 2012 the New York firm scored “more than 60 percent” of a $219 million settlement benefiting hedge-fund clients, according to founding partner Stanley Bernstein. Bernstein Liebhard worked as investor counsel in the case under the direction of lead counsel Lowey Dannenberg Cohen & Hart.

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