Law360, New York (November 28, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- Renowned class action firm Milberg Weiss will find itself on the other side of the courtroom in January 2008 when the firm and two of its star prosecutors head to court to dispute allegations that they paid $11.3 million in kickbacks to plaintiffs in class action suits.
A district court in Los Angeles set the date in a scheduling hearing on Monday, pushing it back at the request of the firm’s defense attorneys.
Prosecutors had asked for an October 2007 trial date, but the defense argued...
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