Terror-Attack Liability Could Hinder Innocent Banking Operations, Lawyer Argues
Holding the Jordan-based Arab Bank liable for damages caused to the victims of terror attacks could deal a blow to legitimate banking operations in the Middle East and could negatively affect American interests in the region, an attorney for the bank argued Tuesday before a federal appeals court.
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