Proposed Class Seeks Spot In Iran-Owned NYC Tower Spat

Law360, New York (March 11, 2015, 5:44 PM EDT) -- In the latest twist to a suit over proceeds from the sale of Iranian interests in a Manhattan building, a group of victims and families of victims of a 1983 terrorist bombing asked a New York federal court on Tuesday to let them intervene as a limited fund class.

On behalf of a proposed class that could include all people with an unsatisfied judgment against Iran, John Relvas, John Kees and Mark Boyd contend that the limited fund class would be the fairest way to distribute proceeds from the sale of 650 Fifth Ave. Boyd was wounded in the 1983 bombing...

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