Following a breakdown in settlement negotiations, New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer filed a civil lawsuit against Liberty Mutual, alleging that the carrier participated in a pervasive bid-rigging scheme with some of its top brokers.

The civil complaint–filed in State Supreme Court in Manhattan–alleges that Liberty Mutual conspired with brokers from Marsh and other intermediaries in a scheme to steer business its way in return for volume-based contingency fees.

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