Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA)

Leading Cases
HSBC Case - Osen LLC

HSBC Case

Osen LLC represents more than 385 families in the 1st civil lawsuit against large international banks who allegedly helped Iran, its Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and Hezbollah secretly launder hundreds of billions of dollars through the US.
Crédit Lyonnais Case - Osen LLC

Crédit Lyonnais Case

Osen LLC represents 40 families in a civil lawsuit against Credit Lyonnais for allegedly maintaining accounts for CBSP, a U.S.-designated Specially Designated Global Terrorist, knowing that CBSP transferred large sums of money to Hamas through the bank.
NatWest Case - Osen LLC

NatWest Case

Osen LLC represents 35 families in a civil lawsuit against NatWest Bank for allegedly maintaining accounts for Interpal, a U.S.-designated Specially Designated Global Terrorist, knowing that it transferred large sums of money to Hamas through the bank.
Société Générale (SGBL) Case - Osen LLC

Société Générale (SGBL) Case

First and leading lawsuit on behalf of more than 350 families of fallen members of our military, wounded veterans, and American military contractors and their families, against Lebanese banks that allegedly aided and abetted Hezbollah.
Palestine Investment Bank Case - Osen LLC

Palestine Investment Bank Case

Osen LLC represents more than 20 families who were victims of terrorist attacks committed by the Palestinian terrorist organizations Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, and Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.
Blom Bank Case - Osen LLC

Blom Bank Case

Osen LLC represents 20 families who were victims of terrorist attacks committed by the Palestinian Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) known as Hamas, in a civil lawsuit against Bank of Palestine for allegedly aiding and abetting Hamas.
Bank of Palestine Case - Osen LLC

Bank of Palestine Case

Osen LLC represents 20 families who were victims of terrorist attacks committed by the Palestinian Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) known as Hamas, in a civil lawsuit against Bank of Palestine for allegedly aiding and abetting Hamas.
Linde v. Arab Bank, Plc - Osen LLC - Settled

Arab Bank Case

Osen LLC represented 297 plaintiffs in the 1st civil lawsuit against Arab Bank, Plc who was found liable by a Brooklyn jury in 2014 for providing material support to the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas between 2000 and 2004. The case settled in 2015.
Chiquita Case - Osen LLC

Chiquita Case

Osen LLC represented the families of five missionaries kidnapped and murdered by the Colombian terrorist organization Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC). The case settled in 2018 on the eve of trial.

Terrorism Financing Litigation

Civil Remedies for Terror Victims

Osen LLC is presently litigating ground-breaking actions against Arab Bank plc, Crédit Lyonnais S.A. and National Westminster Bank on behalf of victims of terrorist attacks perpetrated in Israel. These cases reflect the Firm’s commitment to provide meaningful redress for victims of terrorism by using civil litigation as a means of shutting down the financial pipeline to various terrorist organizations, their leaders and networks of charitable and social organizations. The lawsuits are predicated on the Anti-Terrorism Act (the “ATA”), which provides a cause of action for American citizens (and their family members or heirs) killed or injured by acts of international terrorism.
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The landscape of terrorism and terror financing is constantly changing. For victims of terrorism, retaining a law firm with a depth of knowledge, creativity, contacts, resources, experience, and, most importantly, the commitment and tenacity to litigate against some of the biggest corporations in the world is critical. Dozens of law firms world-wide boast of litigating on behalf of terror victims, but often attach their names to cases fought and won by others. Osen LLC doesn’t just collect clients or issue press releases. We litigate cases against some of the largest corporations in the world, which are typically represented by blue-chip “Big Law” defense firms.
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