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AIG's Most Recent Courtroom Win

By Jessica Alling - Apr 24, 2013 at 1:41PM

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With a new judgement in its favor, AIG is moving ahead full-steam in the courtroom.

It's been a tough road for AIG (AIG 1.74%), with the insurer taking a beating that's lasted a solid five years. But now that the company is back on its feet and operating on a better scale, it's focus may be more on recovering some of its losses. With that in mind, the insurer is back on track in its $10 billion case against Bank of America (BAC 1.38%). A recent judgement put the case back in action, and in the video below, Motley Fool contributor Jessica Alling will discuss what the judgement means and why investors should pay attention. 

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