The AIG Litigation (Cont’d.)

We assume that the case of Starr v. US is grinding on in the US Court of Federal Claims, with the government still putting on its defense case. We say “presume” because press coverage of it has pretty much dried up. But if you have an interest in that unusual case — in which Uncle Sam is being sued by shareholders of AIG who allege that the bailout terms that were imposed on it by Uncle on AIG were so draconian as to amount to a taking of property — you may want to take a look at a nifty bibliography of articles and on-line posts on this subject,┬ácompiled by our friend and colleague Robert Thomas on his blog www.inversecondemnation.com.

Go to his post of November 20th under the heading Links From Today’s ABA Talk On The AIG Bailout Takings Case – See more at: http://www.inversecondemnation.com/#sthash.lojPsvZr.dpuf

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