Class-action settlement related to AIG's accounting receives approval

04/12/2013 | New York Law Journal

A $115 million settlement has received approval in a class-action lawsuit involving allegations of inaccurate accounting at AIG. Investors lost money after AIG revised its financial statements in 2005. Meanwhile, the New York attorney general is attempting to move forward with another case based on the same issue.

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