Insurance Brokers Bid-Rigging: The Scandal And the Aftermath
Hilton Americas Houston, 12 PM EST
It has been ten years since evidence of widespread big-rigging and pay-to-play schemes at Marsh and McClennan was exposed by then New York Attorney General, Eliot Spitzer. The revelations spawned numerous lawsuits, regulatory actions, and settlements that had a significant impact on the commercial insurance industry. This program will take a look back at what happened and examine how the industry has changed.
Dial-In Teleconference Only
* Bret Fulkerson, Texas Attorney General's Office
* Gary M. Cohen Consulting, Owner and Principal
* Rich Dodge, Mayer Brown LLP
* Bill Kolasky, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
* Ellen Meriwether, Cafferty Clobes Meriwether & Sprengel LLP
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$25.00: Other Non-Members.
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