Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Fortune Magazine on the Flamboyant Fall of the Milberg Weiss Firm

The Nov. 13 Fortune Magazine is reporting in splashy detail the fascinating story of extravagant Dollar_house_1 greed, deception, and conflicts (of interest and personal) permeating the class action churn-firm Milberg Weiss.  This includes the unusual detail of a fake-stolen Picasso in California, connected oddly to a domestic violence charge in Cleveland, which handed the feds an inside witness to the firm's sins:  its star named plaintiff.  The article is called "The fall of America's meanest law firm," and is reported by Peter Elkind.  Here is a link to the on-line version through CNNmoney.com.  As the story unfolds in this article, you can be reminded yet again that truth is stranger than fiction.  [Alan Childress]

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