American International Group, Inc. v. United States of America
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|October 6, 2017
OPINION DENYING MOTION IN LIMINE: on re: 168 MOTION in Limine to exclude from trial evidence concerning eight so-called Domestic Transactions, filed by United States of America. Such evidence bears so directly on the issue whether t he foreign transactions had "no business purpose or economic effect other than the creation of tax" benefits, DeMartino v. Comm'r, 862 F.2d 400, 406 (2d Cir. 1988), that it cannot be excluded in advance of trial. In fact, the presentat ion of the domestic transactions need not present extraordinary complexities. The salient point should be whether they have such significant differences from the foreign transactions that the two classes of transactions cannot be usefully compared. T hose differences should be identified and isolated by counsel before trial, at the latest in the joint pretrial order, so that their submission to the jury can be evaluated. The motion to exclude the domestic transactions in limine (Doc. No. 168) is denied, and as further set forth in this order. (Signed by Judge Louis L. Stanton on 10/6/2017) (ap)
|March 29, 2013
OPINION AND ORDER re: 109 MOTION for Partial Summary Judgment. filed by American International Group, Inc. AIG's motion for partial summary jdugment, Dkt. No. 109, is therefore denied. (Signed by Judge Louis L. Stanton on 3/29/2013) (tro)
|February 27, 2009
COMPLAINT against United States of America. (Filing Fee $ 350.00, Receipt Number 680011)Document filed by American International Group, Inc.(laq)
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