Elliot Spitzer ‘Necessary Party’ to FOIA Action Filed by Former AIG Officer, N.Y. App. Ct. Rules



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NEW YORK — Former New York attorney general Elliot Spitzer is a necessary party to a case in which a former AIG officer seeks emails generated from Spitzer’s private email account regarding allegations that AIG and its officers engaged in fraudulent reinsurance transactions, a New York appellate court has ruled.

On Oct. 17, the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, remanded the case to a trial court for a determination of whether the court has jurisdiction over Spitzer.

In 2005, then New York AG Eliot Spitzer filed a civil enforcement action against American Insurance Group, its former chief financial officer …

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