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A former Marsh & McLennan Cos. top executive has sued the brokerage claiming he was not adequately compensated after his dismissal in the aftermath of the 2004 bid-rigging scandal.

Roger Egan filed the suit last week in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, alleging Marsh used the investigation as an excuse to fire him, even though it made clear he was not responsible for the problems stemming from the probe by the New York Attorney General’s Office.

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