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When Eric Dinallo started his job in January as New York insurance superintendent, he discovered to his dismay that there were still at least $2 billion in outstanding claims related to the World Trade Center’s destruction by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001.

A fierce legal battle was being waged before a number of committees, mediators and both federal and state courts, with hundreds of attorneys bitterly arguing the claim disputes between Silverstein Properties and seven insurers.

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