When the lawyers at Langer Grogan & Diver were awarded $15 million in attorney fees for their work on a massive consumer class action against Wachovia Bank, they decided to put some of the money to work — in the public interest.

Setting aside a chunk of the money, the firm has established a foundation that will fund litigation efforts and the sometimes laborious pre-litigation groundwork that makes these types of cases possible, such as research projects.

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