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AIG Had 'No One In Charge' During Crisis, Was Unprepared, Says Fomer General Counsel

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AIG didn't have the "infrastructure to call upon to respond," Anastasia Kelly said today at a corporate law conference at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington. Because the company was so diverse and global, "there was no one in charge," she said. Mark Herr, a spokesman for New York- based AIG, declined to comment.

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