Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh and Safeguard Properties, based in Ohio, recently reached a settlement that will resolve claims about the inadequate procedures and policies of the company.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich recently announced a settlement with Go Green Today, a solar company based in Arizona, which allegedly had countless unwanted telephone calls to customers who were listed on the FTC’s national do not call registry (DNC).
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and a naloxone manufacturer have reached an agreement worth $325 million to dedicate funds to support Massachusetts’ first responders in having access to important, life-saving drugs.
New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and the Committe to Save Cooper Union (CSCU) recently announced a new settlement agreement regarding the current investigation and lawsuit of Cooper Union.
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman recently announced Internet Order, which does business as Pimlseurapproach.com, has made a settlement with New York for deceptively enrolling its customers in costly Pimlseur langauge courses.
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane recently announced a settlement agreement with an automobile business in central Pennsylvania that leased vehicles requiring significant repair work under a lease that did not follow federal law.
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin recently filed an administrative appeal with the Rhode Island Superior Court to request the review of the Rhode Island Office of Health Insurance Commissioner's (OHIC) decision and amended decision concerning raising the rates of Blue Cross Blue Shield in Rhode Island.
Parsons Government Services Inc. recently made an agreement to pay the United States $3.8 million to solve allegations that the company violated the False Claims Act.
KMART Corp, a discount department store chain that runs approximately 780 in-store pharmacies in the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, recently paid the U.S. to resolve allegations about drug manufacturer coupons and gas discounts.