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No more calls for a Texas telemarketer

A Texas-based telemarketing company and its subsidiaries have been banned from conducting business in North Dakota after Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem filed a cease and desist order against them on Monday for allegedly violating Do Not Call List laws.

Texas telemarketer banned in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. (Legal Newsline) - A Texas-based telemarketing company and its subsidiaries were recently banned from conducting business in North Dakota

ATM provider reaches $1.5 million settlement

BOSTON (Legal Newsline) - One of the largest ATM providers in the world has reached a $1.5 million settlement for allegedly failing to follow a previous court settlement in which the company said it would work to make its ATMs friendly to blind and visually-impaired users.

ATM company will pay settlement for non-compliance

Cardtronics Inc. will pay $1.5 million after failing to follow a previous settlement in which the company said it would make its ATMs accessible to blind and visually impaired users, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said on Monday.

Landlord, developers settle with Schneiderman over 421-a program


NYC landlord, developers agree to $460,000 settlement

New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman reached settlement agreements on Wednesday with a New York City landlord and three developers who received tax incentives under the city's 421-a program.

Judgment ordered against contractors in New York


U.S. Attorney, Mexican Consulate and Colorado Attorney General sign document to protect Mexican nationals

U.S. Attorney John Walsh, Mexican Consulate General Carlos J. Bello, and Colorado Attorney General John Suthers sign a trilateral memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Monday to protect Mexican nationals in Colorado who are victims of crime.

Judgment issued against two NY contractors

New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman obtained a legal judgment on Monday against two home improvement contractors who allegedly scammed New York customers while going door-to-door offering to pave and repair driveways.

Finger Lakes Health Network expanding communication policy


Furniture stores settle with N.J. AG Hoffman


Pa. AG alleges company used payday loan scheme


Travel companies settle with Massachusetts


NJ furniture company owners agree to $300,000 settlement

New Jersey Acting Attorney General John. J. Hoffmann reached a $300,000 settlement on Thursday with two furniture company owners after it was found customers couldn't receive refunds or received bad checks on refunds.

PA sues online payday loan company

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane sued a Texas loan company on Thursday for allegedly targeting consumers in the state through an illegal Internet-based payday loan scheme.

Travel companies to provide restitution to Mass. customers

Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley reached settlements on Thursday with the owners of two travel companies over allegations that they sold overpriced vacation club memberships using deceptive sales and marketing tactics.

Vt. AG suing landfill, claims it failed to control gas


Colo. AG suing three foreclosure law firms


Companies settle pollution allegations at Mo. mine for $7.3 million


Fla. AG Bondi suing Consumer Collection Advocates after 115 complaints