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In addition to William Gilman and Edward McNenney, the following former Marsh Inc. executives will in the coming months face trial on bid-rigging and fraud charges, after pleading not guilty to a 37-count indictment filed in 2005 by then-New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and former State Insurance Superintendent Howard Mills.
Joseph Peiser, former managing director and head of Global Broking Excess Casualty; Greg J. Doherty, former senior vp and ACE local broking coordinator team leader; and Thomas T. Green Jr., former senior vp, were all charged with felony fraud in the first degree, felony restraint-of-trade and competition, and various counts of felony grand larceny in the first, second and third degrees.
Similar charges, but to lesser degrees, were at that time brought against three Marsh executives--Kathleen M. Drake, former managing director and local broking coordinator team leader; William L. McBurnie, former senior vp and coverage and carrier specialist; and Edward J. Keane Jr., former assistant vp at Marsh Inc.
Mr. Keane pleaded guilty to criminal charges shortly after the indictment, and no longer faces trial, lawyers for the defense said.