$107M decision for Iran plane crash victim’s families 'precedent setting,’ lawyer says

Lawyer Jonah Arnold said on Tuesday that the $107 million decision reached for family members of some of the victims of the Iranian military’s downing of a passenger jet two years ago was “precedent setting” and “the first of its kind in Canada.” The decision followed a May ruling that the missile strikes amounted to an intentional act of terrorism.

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