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DENVER (Legal Newsline) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the state of Colorado announced June 30 that Rocky Mountain Bottle Company LLC (RMBC) has agreed to install emissions controls on the glass furnaces at its glass bottle manufacturing facility in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.
DENVER (Legal Newsline) —Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman has announced County Line Vacuum & Appliance, which does business as AAAA Television Electronics Vacuum & Appliance (AAAA TEVA), along with owner Muhammed Murib and sales manager Omar Murib, will be banned from performing electronics repairs after allegations of taking advantage of consumers.
DENVER (Legal Newsline) – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman announced that she is urging consumers who are thinking about selling timeshare interests to look out for common scams perpetrated by so-called “timeshare resellers.”
DENVER (Legal Newsline) — Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has commented on a recent state Supreme Court decision to invalidate two voter-approved hydraulic fracturing bans enacted by Longmont and Fort Collins.
DENVER (Legal Newsline) – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman has announced the appointment of Patricia Herron, the senior assistant attorney general, to the 18th Judicial District Court.
DENVER (Legal Newsline) – Cynthia H. Coffman, attorney general for Colorado, has announced more than 5,700 Colorado consumers will receive funds totaling $2.2 million from lending abuse settlements.
DENVER (Legal Newsline) – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman has announced that a civil settlement has been reached with a Colorado tobacco store owner after allegations of selling dangerous spice products.
Colorado has joined a lawsuit challenging the Federal Bureau of Land Management's new regulations on hydraulic fracturing, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman said on Friday. Colorado joins Wyoming and North Dakota in the legal action. The lawsuit asks the court to decide whether the Bureau of Land Management can legally impose its own regulations on hydraulic fracturing.
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman said on Tuesday that she filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting state agencies' authority to settle environmental liability cases under the federal law known as the “Superfund.”
Dish Network, L.L.C., will pay $2 million as part of a settlement reached with Colorado Attorney General John Suthers on Friday following allegations of deceptive or misleading sales practices.
Two firms that focus on foreclosure law were sued on Monday by Colorado Attorney General John Suthers for allegedly inflating the cost of foreclosure proceedings.
The owner of an Aurora, Colorado, market has agreed to pay a $100,000 settlement for allegedly selling a synthetic cannabinoid, also known as "spice," Attorney General-elect Cynthia Coffman said on Tuesday.
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.
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.
Fraudulent coupon scam resulted in a law suit for several Colorado air-duct cleaning companies.
A recent lawsuit filed by the Colorado Attorney General John Suthers resulted in a Consent Judgment that imposed the nation’s largest ever civil fine for selling spice products against a single store.
Story CopyDENVER (Legal Newsline) - Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced a court order on Thursday against a vacation company and its owners for allegedly engaging in deceptive business practices that violated the Colorado Consumer Protection Act. Sea to Ski Vacations and its owners, Andrew Wunder, Bethany Wunder, Christian Wunder and Stephen Wunder, allegedly booked travel using Priceline and Expedia while pretending to work with an exclusive provider of travel services.