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  • Ad firm agrees to settlement for alleged privacy settings

    PointRoll, Inc., a subsidiary of Gannett Corp., has agreed to a $750,000 settlement with multiple states over allegations that it violated Internet privacy laws, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan announced on Thursday.

  • Illinois AG sues unlicensed roofer

    An unlicensed roofer could be banned from working in Illinois after Attorney General Lisa Madigan filed a lawsuit against him on Thursday alleging that he did poor work on customers' roofs and misled them with a false company name.

  • N.J. settles with used luxury car dealer

    A Springfield, New Jersey-based company, 21st Century Auto Group Inc., will pay a $130,000 to settle a lawsuit filed against it by the Division of Consumer Affairs, New Jersey Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced on Tuesday.

  • Olympic Oil required to remediate spill into Chicago ship canal

    Olympic Oil Ltd. will be required under a court order to remediate contaminated soil and groundwater at the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal after a series of spills during the summer, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan announced on Friday.

  • Illinois ComEd reaches $46 million settlement

    The Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) announced earlier today a $46.2 million settlement with the Commonwealth Edison in response to two lawsuits filed by Attorney General Lisa Madigan in 2008 and 2010 challenging its rates.

  • City of Elmhurst fined $25,000 for sanitary system overflows

    The city of Elmhurst, Illinois, will pay a $25,000 fine, complete infrastructure improvement projects and conduct a focused study on sanitary system inflow to address system overflows as part of a consent order signed by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan on Wednesday.

  • Illinois AG files suit against vacation club

    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan recently filed a lawsuit against Global Discovery Vacation Program for allegedly cheating Illinois residents out of nearly $80,000 in a travel club scam.

  • New law protects businesses, consumers from patent trolls

    Senate Bill 3405, which protects Illinois businesses by banning false patent demand letters, was signed into law by Gov. Pat Quinn recently.