The Nasonville Fire District and the Department of Business Regulation (DBR) reached settlements with Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin on Friday after both organizations allegedly violated the state's open records laws.
Nexus EnergyHomes, Inc. was sued by Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Friday after the company allegedly violated consumer laws by accepting deposits to build new homes, but then not beginning or completing construction of the houses.
Stealth Solar, LLC, reached a settlement with Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who accused the company of violating the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office said last week.
Ni Management, LLC, will pay approximately $65,000 to settle Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey's allegations that the company violated the state building code by removing asbestos without a permit, Healey said last week.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said on Thursday that her office will investigate Anthem, Inc. after customers of the health insurance company allegedly had their personal information stolen as part of a data breach.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane alleged on Wednesday that Infinite Care, Inc. and its sister company, Infinite Care Special Needs, participated in a $1 million Medicaid scheme to fraudulently bill for services they didn’t provide.
California will benefit from a $1.5 billion settlement with Standard & Poor's Financial Services, LLC (S&P) and its parent company after S&P allegedly inflated investment vehicle notes and mortgage-backed securities, Attorney General Kamala Harris announced on Tuesday.
Ocean Hunters, Inc. and its owner, Abdiel Falcon, face a complaint filed by Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi this week alleging the company participated in misleading business practices by selling fraudulent diving certification courses and cards.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman asked GNC, Wal-Mart, Target and Walgreens on Tuesday to stop selling herbal supplements that allegedly either did not have all their ingredients listed on their labels or did not contain advertised substances.
Brother’s Help Solutions, a foreclosure consultant, will pay a settlement and restitution to Arizona consumers after a consent judgement was reached by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, according to an announcement today from the AG’s office.
Neighborhood Diabetes, Inc. agreed to a settlement of more than $1.5 million with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Friday over allegations that it billed and received improper Medicaid payments.
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin said on Friday that the town of Warren will pay a $1,500 fine to the state after it allegedly violated open records laws by not responding to a request for information within the allotted time period.
MONTPELIER, Vt. (Legal Newsline) - Main Street Power Mail will pay a $90,000 settlement to Vermont for allegedly violating direct mail marketing laws, state Attorney General William Sorrell said on Thursday.
TRENTON, N.J. (Legal Newsline) - New Jersey Acting Attorney General John Hoffman reached an $810,000 settlement with Direct Buy Auto Warranty over allegations that it misled consumers who purchased vehicle service contracts and then didn't provide the promised services.