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McIntyre Tate LLP client testifies before the U.S. Senate

McIntyre Tate LLP client Daniel Miller recently testified before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee sub-committee hearing on compensation for American victims of Palestinian and Iranian terrorism. Daniel was victimized in a HAMAS triple suicide attack in downtown Jerusalem in 1997. Along with several other American victims, he was a lead plaintiff in Rubin vs. Islamic Republic of Iran, a suit filed by McIntyre Tate LLP attorneys on behalf of five victims in the U.S. District Court in Washington DC. in 2001. After a four day trial at which international experts on terrorism testified, Judge Ricardo Urbina found in the victims favor and awarded them $71,000,000 in compensatory damages and $180,000,000 in punitive damages. Since then, McIntyre Tate LLP lawyers have pursued Iran in Chicago, Boston, Washington, California, New York and several international jurisdictions to obtain satisfaction of the judgment. Daniel's emotion and eloquent testimony can be found at (testimony begins at 1:15:38 and Daniel’s poignant response to Senator Cruz's question begins at 1:40:22).
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