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BVI attorney 'agrees to pay' $425K to settle failed Liberia asset recovery case

May 17, 2018 by David Marchant

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British Virgin Islands-based asset recovery attorney Martin Kenney has agreed "in principle" to pay $425,000 to settle his U. S. liability to CIGNA Worldwide Insurance Company concerning a failed asset recovery attempt on behalf of businesspeople in war-torn Liberia, it was disclosed yesterday in a court filing in the United States.

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