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Victims of Terrorism — Do They Deserve a Day in a U.S. Court? Of Course.

           Linde v. Arab Bank, a pending S. Ct. case,  is a multibillion dollar case. It’s an intricate one  involving terrorism, claims on behalf of terrorist victims, bank secrecy laws, tax evasion, foreign policy, diplomacy, and the role of the Executive branch … Continue reading

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