Marsh Settles £1.2M Staff Poaching Case With Broker
Law360, London (March 31, 2021, 5:46 PM BST) -- A unit of Marsh Inc. has settled its £1.2 million ($1.65 million) breach of contract suit accusing a rival of client and team poaching claims, the global broker confirmed on Wednesday.
The two sides have ended their High Court dispute after reaching a confidential agreement, a Marsh spokesperson said. Marsh unit Jelf Insurance Brokers filed its claim last year accusing three former executives and David Roberts & Partners Insurance Brokers Ltd. of participating in a "concerted, unlawful attack" on Jelf's business, causing loss and damage.
"Marsh is vigilant in protecting its business interests and will take appropriate legal action in order...
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