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OLYMPIA, Wash. (Legal Newsline) – The Washington State Attorney General’s Office announced the filing of a complaint in Thurston County Superior Court that alleges campaign finance violations by the Washington State Labor Council (WSLC).
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Legal Newsline) – In a consumer-protection lawsuit filed in Pulaski County Circuit Court, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge alleged that a group of automobile dealerships and their owners engaged in deceptive practices.
BURLINGTON, Vt. (Legal Newsline) – A man is suing a coffeemaker and specialty coffee company over claims it damaged shareholders.
CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) – Two Illinois men are suing a vitamins and supplements manufacturer over claims it misrepresents its products as being made in the U.S.
LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) – Two people are suing a furniture manufacturer over claims its brand of upholstery deceives consumers.
TRENTON, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – Four New Jersey residents are suing a cable company over claims it provides deficient services and uses confusing contractual language.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – The national committee of the Libertarian Party is suing the Federal Election Commission over claims its restrictions on donation usage are unconstitutional.
NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – A Saratoga County man is suing Target over claims it did not pay him overtime.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (Legal Newsline) – Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson reached an agreement with Service Employees International Healthcare 775NW (SEIU 775) that will see the organization pay more than $39,000 over allegations of improperly reporting in-kind and cash contributions.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Legal Newsline) – The Attorney General’s Office for West Virginia announced it has settled for $2.5 million with Miami-Luken over allegations the company failed to detect, report and stop the flood of suspicious drugs into the state.