(Bloomberg) — Former American International Group Inc. Chairman Maurice "Hank" Greenberg claims the U.S. bailout of the insurer cheated shareholders out of at least $25 billion.

On Wednesday, the judge presiding over his lawsuit heard final arguments in the long-running case. If previous rulings and questions posed to both sides are any measure, he could be leaning toward Greenberg.

U.S. Court of Federal Claims Judge Thomas Wheeler sided with the 89-year-old executive several times during the trial. Now, he asked lawyers for both sides to address five questions, including how to measure possible harm to shareholders.

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