Milberg Weiss Announces Securities Class Periods

Business Editors/Financial Analysts  
SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 16, 2000--Milberg Weiss 
(http://www.milberg.com) gives notice to purchasers of the following 
securities for the following periods:  


 
CORPORATION                                             PERIOD 
                                                                         
Aspeon (Nasdaq:ASPEE)                             10/28/99-09/28/00 
         To sign up on-line: http://www.milberg.com/aspeon/ 
 
Mitek Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:MITK)                 07/18/00-09/29/00 
         To sign up on-line: http://www.milberg.com/mitek/ 
 
MP3.com, Inc. (Nasdaq:MPPP)                       01/13/00-09/07/00 
         To sign up on-line: http://www.milberg.com/mp3/ 
 
OfficeMax, Inc. (NYSE:OMX)                        03/02/99-09/30/99 
         To sign up on-line: http://www.milberg.com/officemax 

  
You should be aware that class action complaints involving the 
securities of the above companies were filed on behalf of investors by 
the law firm of Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach LLP ("Milberg 
Weiss"), often in cooperation with other major experienced securities 
firms.  
If you wish to discuss these cases or have any questions 
concerning these cases or your rights or interests, please contact: 
William S. Lerach or Darren J. Robbins of Milberg Weiss/California at 
800/449-4900, via e-mail at wsl@mwbhl.com.  
Milberg Weiss is a 145 lawyer firm that has been actively engaged 
in commercial litigation, emphasizing securities and antitrust class 
actions, for more than 30 years. The firm has offices in New York, San 
Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Boca Raton and is active in 
major litigation pending in federal and state courts throughout the 
United States. The firm's reputation for excellence has been 
recognized on repeated occasions by courts which have appointed the 
firm to major positions in complex multi-district or consolidated 
litigations. Milberg Weiss has taken a lead role in numerous important 
actions on behalf of defrauded investors, and has been responsible for 
a number of outstanding recoveries which, in the aggregate, total 
approximately $20 billion. 
 
 
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