Kelleher plans major fightback against Liberian insurance case
US firm seeking $14 million in costs for contempt proceedings brought against developer
Developer Garrett Kelleher has begun his fightback in an insurance battle that traces its roots back to the Liberian civil war, by seeking to join others to an action he is fighting against him.
Kelleher had loaned $2.85 million to a company that had funded an insurance claim brought by a Liberian business called Abi Jaoudi & Azar Trading (AJA), against US company Cigna Worldwide (CWW) for damages suffered during looting in 1990.
After a legal battle...
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