Some court battles between insurer American International Group and C.V. Starr & Company–controlled by AIG’s former chairman, Maurice Greenberg–have been concluded, but the war between the two firms is not over yet.

A joint statement last week from the two companies, both with offices in New York, said they reached a settlement of “disputes over the termination of the managing general agency relationships” between their respective subsidiaries, as well as the use of the “Starr” and “American International” trademarks.

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