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Zappos to pay settlement for data breach

Zappos.com, Inc., will pay $106,000 as part of a settlement with nine states after a data breach allegedly exposed customer’s personal information, the office of Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced on Wednesday.

Md. medical equipment supplier agrees to $1 million settlement

Americle Healthcare, Inc. has agreed to a $1 million settlement with the state of Maryland after it allegedly billed Medicaid for services it didn't provide, Attorney General Douglas Ganser announced on Dec. 11.

Ad firm allegedly breaches Internet privacy

A digital ad firm will pay a $750,000 settlement for allegedly violating laws that protect consumers' Internet privacy settings, Maryland Attorney General Douglas Ganser announced on Thursday.

Verizon reaches $1.375 million settlment with Maryland over FiOS pricing

Verizon Communications Inc. has reached a $1.375 million settlement with the state of Maryland over alleged misrepresentation of actual costs for FiOS television, phone and Internet services, Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced on Wednesday.

Maryland Appliance Repair to pay refunds to consumers for unlicensed, unnecessary, incomplete work

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.

Company ordered to return money to veterans in Final Order from Maryland Consumer Protection Division

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Maryland AG announces settlement agreement with Medtronic

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Maryland sports uniform company Sports55 to pay restitution in settlement

Customers of the company Sports55 will receive restitution under a settlement reached on Wednesday with Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler after the company allegedly failed to deliver orders, or sent incomplete or incorrect orders.

Maryland AG announces settlement agreement with new Sparrows Point owner

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Bank of America to pay $16.65 billion in multi-state, federal settlement

Story CopyBALTIMORE (Legal Newsline) - Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler announced a $16.65 billion multi-state and federal settlement on Thursday with Bank of America and two subsequent acquisitions to resolve allegations they unlawfully packaged securities containing toxic mortgages.

Maryland AG reaches agreement with social network

Story CopyBALTIMORE (Legal Newsline) - Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler announced an online safety agreement with the operator of a social networking website that will protect children on the site.