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Plains Holdings, a large crude oil and liquid energy pipeline operator, is being sued by investors for allegedly failing to comply with federal regulations, which led to a large oil spill in California.
Toyoda Gosei North America Corporation is accused in a recent civil lawsuit of allegedly conspiring to fix prices for their products in the United States.
The popular vehicle-for-hire company Uber is being sued for allegedly sending customers’ unwanted text message to their cell phones.
A Florida judge is suing the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) over an alleged breach in security that saw government employees’ information potentially released.
Three Florida men are suing national loan provider Sallie Mae and its third-party debt collectors over claims of illegal actions.
The company settled the action, brought over alleged short-weighted cans of tuna, for $8 million in cash and $4 million in vouchers.
About 194 New York building owners were sent notices by the state for failing to fulfill the law's rent regulation requirements even though the owners accepted lucrative tax breaks, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Wednesday.
The state of Oregon filed a lawsuit against Liquidation LLC for allegedly operating an illegal car title scam, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum said.
Citigroup will reimburse customers around the country more than $4.5 million as a result of a settlement with the state regarding overcharged fees on investment accounts, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said on Wednesday.
An agreement reached by the state of New York and Purdue Pharma will make the manufacturer’s internal program, which looks to prevent the promotion of painkillers to certain health care providers, permanent, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said on Thursday.