Colorado Attorney General John W. Suthers announced a settlement on Thursday with three Colorado foreclosure law firms for allegedly violating the Consumer Protection and Fair Debt Collection Practices Acts.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster recently reached a $7.3 million settlement with Cyprus Amax Mineral Company and Missouri Lead Smelting Company for environmental damages from pollution from a lead mine, mill and smelter.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on Thursday sued Consumer Collection Advocates Corp. and owner Michael Robert Ettus for allegedly offering to recover funds for fraud victims for a fee and then failing to follow through.
Pfizer Inc., has agreed to a $9.5 million settlement with Nevada over allegations that the company withheld safety information about its postmenopausal hormone therapy medications, Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto announced on Monday.
A Southeast Missouri animal shelter that allegedly violated the state's Animal Care Facilities Act will cease operations for the next 30 days as part of an agreement announced by Attorney General Chris Koster on Monday.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring led a multi-state inititiative on Monday that is trying to ensure that low- to moderate-income U.S. citizens receive promised tax credits when purchasing federally mandated insurance plans.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster reached an agreement last week with Kim Bascom and several of his Springfield-based telemarketing companies to resolve allegations that they violated the Missouri No Call and Telemarketing law.
Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced on Thursday that Maryland Appliance Repair will reimburse consumers after allegedly performing work without a license, performing unnecessary repairs and leaving work unfinished.