The conflict between Maurice Greenberg and American International Group, which forced him out as chief executive officer two years ago, saw yet another legal salvo fired in a Delaware Court yesterday.

C.V. Starr & Company–the investment and insurance firm where Mr. Greenberg now serves as chairman and CEO–is suing AIG for “hundreds of millions” of dollars that the insurer made with the firm, an announcement from his attorneys said.

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