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January 7, 2016

In the News Today – January 7, 2016

ACE Seeks Contempt Proceedings Against Litigation Financier: Irish developer Garrett Kelleher invested “$2.85 million in 2006 in the efforts of Liberian group Abi Jaoudi and Azar Trading (AJA) to enforce a $66.5 million judgment against US insurer Cigna Worldwide, in return for a share of the lawsuit’s proceeds. The litigation ultimately failed, but ACE Group, which took over Cigna, will ask a U.S. court “to find Mr Kelleher along with two others, Martin Kenney and Samuel Lohman, in contempt of court for their role in the AJA case.” (Irish Times)

New York’s ‘Absurd Martin Act’ and the Investigation into Exxon Mobil: New York Attorney General’s “government shakedown of Exxon is a direct assault on the First Amendment and the worst kind of abuse of state authority.” (Townhall)

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