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Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein

, The National Law Journal


If it's high-profile, high-dollar mass torts and class actions, it's a good bet that Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein is on the case. In July 2012, a federal jury awarded the only verdict to come out of the multidistrict litigation involving liquid-crystal display flat-panel screens: $87 million against Toshiba Corp. Under the Sherman Act, that amount could have been trebled. Richard Heimann figures it wasn't enough. "I was unhappy, to be honest about it," said Heimann, a partner at San Francisco-based Lieff Cabraser, who was co-lead plaintiffs' counsel for the direct-purchaser class.

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