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$3 Million Fee Suggested for Neuborne for Work on Holocaust Survivor Issues


— March 15, 2007

Burt Neuborne, who has spent eight years as lead settlement counsel for Holocaust survivors around the world, should receive $3 million in fees for his work, a New York federal magistrate judge recommended Thursday. The judge’s recommendation tried to reach a middle ground in an at times unseemly dispute that has made Neuborne, a renowned advocate for Holocaust survivors who has helped to amass more than $1 billion in reparations, into a figure worthy of contempt in the eyes of many survivors.

Details here from the New York Law Journal via Law.com.


Burt Neuborne, who has spent eight years as lead settlement counsel for Holocaust survivors around the world, should receive $3 million in fees for his work, a New York federal magistrate judge recommended Thursday. The judge’s recommendation tried to reach a middle ground in an at times unseemly dispute that has made Neuborne, a renowned advocate for Holocaust survivors who has helped to amass more than $1 billion in reparations, into a figure worthy of contempt in the eyes of many survivors.

Details here from the New York Law Journal via Law.com.

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