and Howard J. Vogel, two defendants convicted in the criminal kickback case involving law firm Milberg Weiss, are scheduled to report to federal prison this week. Schulman was a former partner in the firm, and Vogel was a former lead plaintiff in the firm’s securities class action cases.
The NLJ reports that Schulman, who pleaded guilty to a federal racketeering charge and was sentenced to six months in prison, is scheduled to begin serving his sentence on Tuesday. Vogel, who served as a plaintiff in 40 of the firm’s cases, is scheduled to begin serving three months in prison on Wednesday.
, recently began serving six months in prison, and co-founders and of 24 months and 30 months, respectively. , who also served as a lead plaintiff for Milberg, recently began serving a sentence of four months.