Aon PLC and Marsh LLC are involved in a bitter legal dispute over the employment of 44 former Aon employees, with the broker seeking a temporary restraining order against Marsh.
Aon accuses in disputes originally filed in Miami State Court June 24. that Marsh recruited "chief executive" Michael Parrish, former chief executive of his eastern region, his lieutenant general, Robert Lynn, and key chiefs "through promises of lavish increases and financial rewards, and got them to organize a secret, mass resignation" despite "reasonable restrictive unions" ", according to court documents, Aon Risk Services Inc., Florida et al. v. Marsha USA Inc. et.
The trial charges that the defendant conspired to request Aon clients and prospects for the broker's commercial risk and healthcare sectors and to misuse valuable intellectual property, including property rights and confidential information and trade secrets.
Marsh fired Tuesday, pointing to the trial of the US Department of Justice that tried to block Aon's proposed $ 30 billion merger with Willis Towers Watson and described the proposed merger as "stuck."
Aon's trial "is a calculated act of desperation and a continued effort.
Claims in the Aon complaint that there is an "emergency" are false and the Temporary Visitor Ordinance should be denied, Marsh said.
Aon's top producers and executives were frustrated and worried about their future, the archives said.
"Instead of acknowledging his own shortcomings, Aon tries to turn the story around from its poor management decisions and uncertain future, blaming Marsh and its own former employees for Aon's losses.
A court that prosecuted Thursday said Aon and Marsh's lawyers have not reached an agreement.
Aon said in a statement that it "will not do so. comment beyond the archive. "Marsh did not immediately respond to a request for comment.