Although New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer has decided not to pursue criminal charges against former American International Group Chairman and CEO Maurice Greenberg, additional civil charges might be put forth as early as next week.

"The office decided months ago to pursue the case as a civil matter," said Darren Dopp, a spokesman for Spitzer's office. "An amendment to the civil complaint is possible, but no final decision has been made."

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