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Dissension In The Ranks

The producer community has taken it on the chin the past two years, after brokers at the biggest firms were found by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer to be rigging bids in return for lucrative contingency fees. The major brokerages were quick to strike deals with Mr. Spitzer, setting aside settlement funds for disgruntled policyholders, dumping contingency agreements and vowing to be more open with buyers.

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