The New York state lawyer leading a high-profile civil case against former American International Group (NYSE:AIG) chairman Hank Greenberg took a free, previously undisclosed private jet ride from one of Greenberg's attorneys -- sparking the latest battle between New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and the former AIG chief and even causing friction among members of the Greenberg legal team. The bizarre series of events stemmed from a 2009 deposition of Berkshire Hathaway chief Warren Buffett involving a transaction between a subsidiary of Buffett's company and AIG. The transaction is at the heart of the civil case against Greenberg, initially filed in 2005 by former New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer.After the deposition, David Boies says he offered assistant attorney general David Ellenhorn a ride back to New York on his private jet, accompanied by a half dozen other Greenberg lawyers. Ellenhorn was the only state attorney on the plan; another assistant attorney general ...
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