Following on last week's generally positive press that American International Group Inc. has a plan in place to pay back the government and recapitalize in the wake of the financial crisis, the insurer's also well publicized legal troubles have risen to the fore.
AIG's settlement of a shareholder lawsuit will reportedly go forward now after the company's insurers consented to fund the $90 million pact, according to Bloomberg.
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