Greenberg's Attorney Vows Appeal of Latest Loss

, New York Law Journal

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In the wake of Wednesday's decision refusing to dismiss the long-running civil fraud case against former AIG execs Maurice "Hank" Greenberg and Howard Smith, the defense vowed to once again take the case to the First Department.

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Originally appeared in print as Greenberg's Attorney Vows Appeal of Judge's Refusal to Dismiss

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  • Anonymous

    Following this case for years leads me to conclude that the judge follows in a long line of Star Chamber judges who are no more than the catamites of the prosecutors - or just fears them.

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