AIG says obliged to consider joining lawsuit against government
BOSTON (Reuters) - AIG has an obligation to consider a demand by its former chief executive that the company join a lawsuit challenging some of the terms of the insurer's 2008 government rescue, AIG said on Tuesday.
In a statement, American International Group said its board expected to make a decision "in the next several weeks."
(Reporting by Ben Berkowitz; Editing by Phil Berlowitz)
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