- Supreme Court affirmed appellate court decision requiring Iran to pay $1.75 billion to victims of Iran-sponsored terror
- Jimmy Gurulé: Courts decision was a monumental victory against terrorism
Jimmy Gurulé is a law professor at Notre Dame Law School and former Under Secretary (Enforcement) at the U.S. Treasury. He filed an amicus brief in support of plaintiffs in the Bank Markazi case. He also worked as an expert consultant for Plaintiff Peterson in the case. The views expressed are his own.
(CNN)On Wednesday, the Supreme Court affirmed an appellate court decision requiring Iran to pay $1.75 billion to the victims of Iranian-sponsored terrorism and their surviving families. In doing so, it secured a monumental victory against terrorism.