AIG - Legal Cases

  • 2008 0411 - LC - American International Group, Inc., Plaintiff, V. Maurice R. Greenberg and Howard I. Smith

    • EFiled: Apr 11 2008 8:52PM EDT - Transaction ID 19383511 - Case No. 769-VCS - First Amended Combined Complaint - Third Amended Consolidated Stockholders’ Derivative Complaint - 217p

  • 12-1640 -  American International Group, v. Bank of America Corporation
    •  AIG SECURITIES LENDING CORPORATION
  • 12-CV-6071 - LC - Pacific Life Funds and Pacific Select Fund vs AIG
    • Complaint for Violations of The Federal Securities Laws - 241p
      • AIGFP History
      • Newspaper Article References
      • Related Case: 1:08-cv-04772-LTS-DCF
  • 1:08-cv-05722 - American International Group, Inc. ERISA Litigation
    II

    • 2012 - Document 137 - Consolidated Second Amended Complaint - 230p
    • Document 219 - Order Denying Motion to Dismiss- 2p 
    • Document 266 - Final Order- 2p 
  • 2019 1206 - vs AIGFP -  [link]
    • 1. The plaintiffs—46 former employees ofAIG Financial Products Corp. ("AIG FP"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. ("AIG")—bring this action to recover millions of dollars in damages caused by AIG FP's breaches of contract and violations of Connecticut labor law.
  • AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL GROUP, INC., CONSOLIDATED DERIVATIVE ) C.A. No. 769-VCS LITIGATION 769-VCS
    • DEFENDANT MAURICE R. GREENBERG’S ANSWER AND AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES TO THE AMENDED COMPLAINT AND THIRD-PARTY COMPLAINT - 69p
    • OPINION - 109p
  • State of New ork v Greenberg
    • APL-2015-00172, New York County Clerk’s Index No. 401720/05
    • JOINT BRIEF FOR DEFENDANTS-APPELLANTS - 139p
  • 2008 - LC - Oakland v AIG FP and SunAmerica 
    • Case 3:08-cv-02116-MMC Document 1 Filed 04/23/2008 - 43p
  • Oppenheimer v AIG
  • American International Group, Inc. v. New York State Department of Financial Services et al - Case 1:14-cv-02355-AJN
  • Starr Int'l Co. v. Fed. Reserve Bank of N.Y.
    • 11 Civ. 8422 (PAE)
    • 11-19-2012
  • Starr Int'l Co. v. United States
    • No. 11-779C
    • 02-10-2012
  • Transatlantic Holdings, Inc. et al. v. American International Group, Inc., et al., 
  • Pacific Investment Management Co. LLC v. American Int'l ...
  • Katzel v. American International Group, Inc. (1:20-cv-07220) - District Court, S.D. New York - Whistleblower -

General Electric Pension Trust et al. v. American International Group et al. - In connection with the securities fraud class action tilted In re American International Group, Inc. 2008 Securities Litigation, No. 1:08-cv-04772 (S.D.N.Y.), Atara Twersky, Esq. (AF&T) filed direct actions against AIG and others on behalf of General Electric Pension Funds and Lord Abbett & Co. LLC mutual funds, respectively, following their election to opt-out of the class settlement. See Lord Abbett Affiliated Fund Inc. et al. v. American International Group Inc. et al., No. 15-cv-774-LTS-DCF (S.D.N.Y. 2015); see also General Electric Pension Trust et al. v. American International Group et al., No. 15-cv-957-LTS-DCF (S.D.N.Y. 2015).- https://www.twerskylawgroup.com/general-electric-pension-trust/

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  • American International Group Securities Litigation-PwC Settlement please click here.
  • American International Group Securities Litigation-Starr Defendants Settlement please click here.
  • American International Group Securities Litigation-Gen ReSettlement please click here.

Oppenheimer v AIG

  • Case 1:12-cv-00523-UA Document 1 Filed 01/20/12 - New york
  • lexmarc.us/Documents/OppenheimerAIGComplaint.pdf-222p
  • 21. On Thursday, September 11, 2008, AIG executives brought in bankers from JP Morgan and a Blackstone consulting group, who determined that AIG would need at least $40 billion.
    • However, on Sunday morning, September 14, AIG’s outside advisers discovered that the Company’s securities lending business needed a separate injection of as much as $20 billion.
    • As a result, an offer of a $20 billion lending facility that the New York State Insurance Superintendent, Eric Dinallo, had considered establishing for the benefit of AIG became moot since it was becoming clear the Company needed at least $60 billion of financing.