A federal judge has dismissed the claims from two former Marsh
& McLennan Companies employees that the broking giant, together
with then-New York attorney general Eliot Spitzer, unfairly
targeted them to take the blame in an investigation into
At the court of the southern district of New York, Judge J Paul Oetken rejected the complaints by plaintiffs William Gilman and Edward McNenney, which had included accusations of malicious prosecution, abuse of process and misconduct by an attorney.
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