New York challenged a Connecticut statute requiring the registration of milk sellers. The statute had vastly different penalties for out-of-state milk sellers and New York alleged that it violated the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution
New York v. American International Group (AIG), New York Supreme Court Index No. 401720/05, Judge Ramos
Original action filed in New York State Supreme Court alleged that AIG engaged in numerous fraudulent business transactions and improper accounting that exaggerated the strength of the company’s core underwriting business to prop up its stock price. In addition, evidence separately revealed that AIG engaged in bid-rigging schemes for excess casualty insurance business and used contingent commission agreements or placement service agreements to steer business
Action brought under Motor Fuel Marketing Act and Missouri Antitrust Act against seller of motor fuel and motor fuel jobber alleging sale of motor fuel below cost causing the unlawful effects described by the Motor Fuel Marketing Act. Consent injunction enjoined future violations and ordered reimbursement for costs of investigation.
Defendant, without admittinng wrongdoing, entered into voluntary assuranc of discontinuance which prohibited invitations to collude.
State of New York sought damages and conduct relief, alleging that Defendant Willis engaged in fraudulent and anti-competitive practices.
States sought damages and injunctive relief, alleging that defendants unlawfully deceived clients by steering clients’ insurance business, promising increased retail business to insurers in return for their commitments to use Aon’s reinsurance services, suggesting that an insurer raise its quotes for two of Aon’s clients, entering into undisclosed “producer funding agreements” whereby insurers directly funded the hiring of Aon brokers, entering into secret “pay-to-play” arrangements with insurers whereby Aon obtained undisclosed compensation, agreeing with preferred insurers to “freeze out” a competing insurer, and providing preferred insurers with first looks, last looks, and exclusive looks on preferred business.
State of New York sought damages and injunctive relief, alleging that Defendant Marsh unlawfully deceived its clients by steering clients’ insurance business and soliciting fictitious bids.