NEW YORK, NY (Feb. 8, 2005)–– In the wake of a pioneering lawsuit filed by families of American victims of Palestinian terrorism, Arab Bank, one of the largest financial institutions in the Middle East, today announced plans to close its New York branch and end its American operations.
Berlin, Germany (December 11, 2003)-- Heirs of the Wertheim Department Store dynasty converged on Berlin’s Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus for the ceremonies marking the completion of the last building in the German government ’s parliament complex.
Oradell, NJ (August 15, 2003)-- After more than a decade of administrative proceedings and three sets of legal decisions by the German Restitution Authority in Berlin and the OFD Berlin, the heirs of Bernhard and Siegfried Hirschmann, the former Chairman and Managing Director of of Deutsche Kabelwerke, were rebuffed in their effort to obtain compensation from the German government.
Oradell, NJ (April 3, 2003)-- Oral arguments before Judge William G. Bassler to begin at 10:00 am at the Federal Court House in Newark, New Jersey.
NEW YORK, NY (June 6, 2002)-- Major Article Discloses German Government has Financial Ties to Defendant and Properties and will Reap Huge Windfall if Case Goes Away.