When Did 'AIG' Become A 4-Letter Word?

Law360 (June 9, 2010, 10:48 AM EDT) -- Remember the days when AIG was a company and a name with which the insurance companies within the AIG umbrella wanted to be affiliated? It seems that those days are long past. In fact, AIG insurance companies have asked courts to rule in limine that policyholders cannot even mention AIG at trial. Any such efforts should be rejected outright.

In many cases involving AIG member insurance companies, such as Lexington Insurance Company, National Union Insurance Company, and others, AIG likely was involved with the policy and the claim from start through finish. Public filings demonstrate that AIG assists in underwriting countless...

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