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Attorneys for two Marsh insurance brokers accused of fraud and grand larceny by steering clients to insurers for kickbacks are due to begin presenting the defense case on Monday.

The nonjury trial, which began last April, is before New York Supreme Court Judge James A. Yates, who has listened to prosecutors portray William Gilman, former executive marketing director and managing director, and Edward McNenney, former Global Placement Excess Casualty and managing director, as criminals trying to deceive clients in arranging insurance contracts by steering those contracts to preferred insurers in return for lucrative kickbacks in the form of contingent commissions.

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