DHL Express and Procter & Gamble have both filed suit against the Internal Revenue Service in recent weeks demanding the agency return money they claim is owed to them.

DHL wants to recover a $500,000 deposit in an escrow account seized by the IRS after the bankruptcy of jet charter company Jet Network. The delivery company had put the money into an escrow account to buy future charter service from Jet Network and contended that the IRS unlawfully seized the money. DHL is just one of Jet Network's creditors who have filed for a total of $24.2 million in claims, according to the South Florida Business Journal.

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