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Amy Berman Jackson agreed with a retired judge who said that in-house letters could cast the Anthem-Cigna deal in a new light. (Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/National Law Journal)

Anthem Inc. and Cigna Corp. must disclose to federal antitrust enforcers letters from in-house lawyers in which the insurance companies accuse each other of breaking their $54 billion merger deal, a Washington judge ruled.


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