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Weisenberger v. Marsh Canada Limited (2003), 2003 CarswellMan 539, 2004 MBQB 14 (Man. Q.B.)

Paul Weisenberger worked for almost nine years for insurance broker Johnson & Higgins Ltd. (now Marsh Canada Limited)until he was dismissed in May 1992. In his dealings with clients, Weisenberger regularly added a fee on top of the premium quoted by the Toronto office, with the client never knowing and the extra income going to the local branch.

An elaborate false invoice scheme was used in the scheme, which contravenes s. 113(1)(g) of