Marsh & McLennan Companies will pay more than $83.5 million to settle a class-action suit filed by those who were clients of the firm’s insurance brokerage arm while it engaged in alleged bid-rigging and steering of insurance contracts.

According to court filings, the settlement–filed in U.S. District Court of New Jersey in Newark, before Judge Garrett E. Brown Jr.–will award over 200,000 plaintiffs more than $69 million. In addition, MMC will pay more than $14.5 million in legal fees to the attorneys who represented the plaintiffs.

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