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In the wake of that whole bringing-the-world-financial-system-to-the-brink-of-collapse thing, we had all but forgotten that a few years ago, AIG was on the hot seat with New York and federal authorities for shortchanging workers compensation funds. And even after it made peace with regulators, it faced a $1 billion fraud and conspiracy case by a big group of insurers making similar claims. But now it’s off that particular hook as well: On Thursday, Chicago federal district court Judge Robert Gettleman dismissed the suit (pdf), finding that the plaintiff, an organization called the National Council on Compensation Insurance, does not have standing to bring the case against AIG.

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