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Legal Services of Eastern St. Louis Executive Director Daniel Glazier, second left, and Legal Services Board President Tom Glick, far right, accept a check for $2,004,000 from attorney Max Margulis. Margulis and attorney John Steward distributed leftover money from a class action lawsuit to three charitable organizations, which also included Gateway Legal Services and Washington University School of Law’s legal clinics.
Legal Services of Eastern St. Louis Executive Director Daniel Glazier, second left, and Legal Services Board President Tom Glick, far right, accept a check for $2,004,000 from attorney Max Margulis. Margulis and attorney John Steward distributed leftover money from a class action lawsuit to three charitable organizations, which also included Gateway Legal Services and Washington University School of Law’s legal clinics.

Class action leftovers give boost to nonprofit legal groups

Attorneys’ donations include $2M to LSEM

A yearslong class action lawsuit ended successfully for two St. Louis lawyers, and they decided to share proceeds from the accrued interest with three local organizations.

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