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New York Supreme Court Judge James A. Yates has thrown out the 2008 convictions of two former executives of Marsh on felony monopoly charges for accepting contingent commission kickbacks.

William Gilman (a former executive marketing director and managing director at Marsh) and Edward McNenney (the brokerage’s former Global Placement Excess Casualty director and managing director) were convicted after an 11-month nonjury trial before Judge Yates. The pair was sentenced to 90 days in jail and five years probation for restraint of trade, but their sentences were stayed pending appeals.

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