Fired COO Sues Marsh For Benefits

Law360, New York (July 16, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Marsh & McLennan Cos. has been hit with another lawsuit stemming from its 2004 bid-rigging scandal, this one by former chief operating officer Roger Egan, who says the insurance broker wrongfully fired him and deprived him of benefits.

In his suit, filed Wednesday in New York state's Supreme Court, Egan insisted that he was not responsible for the problems that spurred on then-attorney general Eliot Spitzer's 2004 antitrust inquiries and that, upon termination, he was inadequately compensated for his 32 years at Marsh & McLennan....
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