A federal district court entered a final order and judgment approving a class action settlement in an action brought against AIG by certain members of the National Workers Compensation Reinsurance Pool (“NWCRP”). Class plaintiffs alleged that AIG had underreported workers compensation premium for the purpose of reducing its share of the workers compensation market and, consequently, increasing the residual market costs of other Pool members. The settlement provides for a $450 million payment to be allocated among class members according to market share. Liberty Mutual and two of its affiliates, Safeco and Ohio Casualty, objected to the settlement but their objections were overruled. American Int’l Group, Inc. v. ACE INA Holdings, Inc., Case No. 07-02898 (USDC N.D. Ill. Feb. 28, 2012).