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The conflict between Anthem and Cigna provides a look at one of the largest corporate deals in the U.S. to go sour and a courtroom version of the blame game. (Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL.)

Cigna Corp. officials did everything they could to sabotage a $48.9 billion merger with Anthem Inc., including refusing to consider divestitures that would have helped the deal win regulatory approval, Anthem’s general counsel told a judge.

 

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